I’m baaa-aack! Yes, it’s been a few weeks since my last blog post. A big thanks to Leslie for picking up the slack for me over the holidays. Phew!
Last week, I was talking to texting my friend Alison from Frugally Nourishing about liver nutrition. We were discussing differing types of liver [...]
My husband grew up in the Philippines. He tells me how they were very fortunate that his mom was a butcher as they always had plenty of meat and protein. (Although many families around them found it hard to afford meat very often.) Vegetables were not a staple for them, so [...]
Pin It Summer is already a distant memory these days in New York. But I’m still not ready to let it go. Berries remind me of summer. So does ice cream. And since my freezer is stocked with frozen blackberries (due to my father being a berry picking maniac machine), we use them in our [...]
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Adobo actually originated as a Spanish food, but it came to the Philippines (my hubby’s homeland) during the 500 year Spanish reign of their country. It is now a staple Filipino dish. This version of Adobo uses ingredients typically found in Southeast Asia. Our family has personalized the recipe even more to [...]
Coconut is one of those rare foods which most people enjoy. It is also rare to have a coconut allergy ( however, we suppose that it is possible in this age of leaky gut syndromes). So, with all its positive health benefits, why aren’t we eating more of it?
Good and Bad [...]