This is one of my favorite ways to eat Kabochua Squash, especially in the summer when it’s grows abundantly in my dad’s garden. Don’t let its hard exterior scare you from giving it a try. You can actually eat the peel. Once it’s, it becomes extremely soft and tasty! Print Recipe Simmered Kabocha Squash
Moving back home has a been so nice. Being near my parents has made a huge difference in our daily lives. A major benefit of being near my family has been the abundance of family support and company they have offered us the minute we got back. From cooking to unpacking, they’ve added so
I wanted to make butternut squash soup this Sunday. Usually I would use milk to make it more creamy but I remembered I had some coconut milk in the fridge. Hmm…intriguing I thought. Honestly, I was hesitant to use it because to me coconut milk doesn’t seem like a natural partner to butternut squash. But
If you’re not a fan of Brussel sprouts I don’t think any recipe will make you like them..but if you do like them, roasting them is probably the most popular, and in my opinion, the best way to make them. The first time I had roasted Brussel sprouts I was so amazed at how delicious
Easy as Sunday morning…Such a relaxing Sunday day . Today’s high is 102. That means staying indoors, staying cool, and bumming around. Not that I’m complaining about having to stay in. It’s been more hectic than usual this week so it’s nice to just, sit. I wanted to make something special for dinner this weekend.
Hope everyone had a nice weekend. My weekend was uneventful but still nice. And I just now realized that this Friday is the 4th of July…. food and fireworks baby!!! I suddenly feel giddy again. Over the weekend I roasted a tri-tip and wanted to have it with potatoes. Now, I love creamy potato salad
I love this couscous recipe. It’s hard for me to say what’s more important in this dish, the grilled vegetables, or the fresh mint, or the juice of the lemon, or maybe it’s the homegrown tomatoes ;). They all contribute to a nice medley of fresh summer flavors. It’s a great side dish to accompany any grilled