Hey! Happy New Month my dear friends! December is here which means we have less than 31 days to accomplish our targets for the year. How am I, is a good question to ask. Onto the real deal, shall we?
Initially, I was going to make this story an instagram post until I figured it’d be too long. That’s how it became a blog post. If you read my post on Fluffy Pancakes where I explained my transition to Vegan Lifestyle (fifty fifty transition lol) you’d know my super vegan mom, Katrina Victoria, of everysuperwoman.com. For a while, I’ve been wanting to ask her about what she kinds of meals gives her son to ensure that he eats a well balanced diet. I shoved off the idea thinking I’d be too much on her face and no one wants to be too much on someone’s space – I don’t.
I had a big pumpkin sitting in my pantry which I thought the little guy would enjoy, until I realized he didn’t want much of it. So I looked for a pumpkin recipe to cook. I stumbled upon one and I decided to adjust it to my liking. Want to know more? Read on.
Hello lovelies, once again I am back with a super delicious pancakes recipe. I cannot begin to describe how awesome these pancakes were, I can feel the taste on my tongue as I type this out. It is vegan so if you have any animal protein allergies, you are good. But first, a little bit of some explaining. Let’s get right into it, shall we?
To be honest, I’ve eyed vegetarian lifestyle for several years now. It gets more intense when I see amazing moms on instagram, rocking this vegetarian thing like they were born in it. Truth of it is most of them were confessed ;lovers of the opposite lifestyle until they made the change. Now that I have a family of my own, I don’t know how it would go. Mainly because I am not ready to give up the steak yet!
Hello Food Thursday! Well, hello my friends. How is your week going? How is the cold treating you? I hope not too bad. I had some ready pizza dough I freezed from the last time I made pizza. So I decided to put them to good use.
Happy June people! I hope you had great times yesterday, we did. Let’s talk about our food thursday shall we? Having grown up at the coastal region, made me overlook the importance of well planned delicious meals. It is often assumed that, one would turn out a great cook by default, but that is not true. I didn’t know the level of my cooking skills until I got married. When it dawns to you that being able to make good meals is a major contributor of how happy your marriage will be. True story (99% of the men will tell you that). When he is fully satisfied and happy in his stomach, the easier things get moving for the whole family, so ladies, you might want to consider upgrading your cooking skills already. I still remember, I was advised that chapatis were my husband’s fav on our wedding day (I don’t know where we stand on that). When I started out, I found myself struggling to make the best of them chapatis. After several days of frustration I finally mastered the art. So today I wanna share my secrets for delici chapatis.
Hello food Thursday! We are ready for you. This week we are making some sweet crispy treats here on the blog. The major ingredients are oblivious from the title. The result was so yummy…I wanna do this again. Here’s the full recipe.
If you liked yesterday’s recipe, then you will love this one as well. I’ve often said that making good stuff is just about mixing up great ingredients. And so this is one of those mixup meals. Mixed meals are my favorites because I get to prepare a simple delicious meal at one go. I won’t have to worry about the time and energy in need for a complex meal.
Hello Lovely people. How have your cooking habits been? Mine have been slow-mo but we are slowly catching up. Guess what! our food Thursday came early today…yeeay!
I wanted to share with you a simple rice recipe to make when you are pressed for time or when you just want a simple healthy homemade meal. You can even make this for your visitors, especially if they do not have a problem about being vegan for that particular visit. It’s a win win coz the meal is so yummy regardless. Let’s get down to it shall we?
For our food Thursday, I am sharing delicious fried rice recipe. Gone are the days you would eat boiled rice alongside some sort of stew and that was it. Apart from pilau, this was the only way most of us had our rice, too oblivious right!