Monday , 20 November 2017

Tag Archives: easy

Crispy Cajun Shrimp with Spicy Remoulade

I actually used to hate shrimp.  I know, very un-Filipino of me, but there it was.  When we used to get combo fried rice, etc. I would always just pick the shrimp out and give it to my mom or whatever family member happened to be around. Now though, I’ve been having fun experimenting – although I’ve noticed that you ... Read More »

Argentinian Steak with Chimichurri Tossed Vegetables

I don’t think it’s hit me yet that I’m officially done with school. I mean, I suddenly have all this time but it’s almost like I’m on Spring Break and I’m going to get dragged back into another course. While I do believe that there’s always opportunities for learning throughout our day and lives, just knowing that I don’t have ... Read More »

Jamaican Red Bean Stew (Slow Cooker)

I am officially freeeeeeee! That’s right; I have finally graduated and now have my MBA.  Picture me doing an awkward happy dance a la the guy in the yellow shirt from the Choice Hotels commercial. In fact, embedded video below if you want to check it out. So was I seriously dancing like that?  Yes, yes I was – don’t ... Read More »

Traditional Fish Sandwiches with a Waldorf Inspired Coleslaw

I have a bit of a confession to make.  Those fake fish deep-fried sandwiches from popular fast food chains?  I love those. I know, I’m all about healthy recipes and local and well, real food but there’s just something about those deep-fried fake fish sandwiches that I really like (probably the grease).  Maybe it’s the processed cheese melting on top, ... Read More »

Mango Chicken Stir Fry

If you’d been around me recently you’d know that I’ve been all about hardcore effort recently.  I’m supposed to be on a 30 hour a week schedule, but I’ve been logging somewhere between 42 – 45 hours a week, plus you add in my normal class responsibilities and I feel like I basically do nothing  but work (and some cooking ... Read More »

Cheddar Studded Meatloaf

I think I’ve mentioned my love for the sort of old time favorites that American cuisine is known for. Seriously though, meatloaf, chicken fried steak, pot roast, chicken and dumpling, etc., the list goes on and on.  A bit weird considering I wasn’t even born in this country and my mom certainly never cooked anything like this when I was ... Read More »