Making the Perfect Sandwich

Lately, I’ve been obsessed with recipes and their structure. I believe this site’s posts reflected that obsession in one way or the other. There is, however, a reason for my obsession; I’ve been tirelessly working for months on a project that involves helping people cook better at home. Also, I got the inspiration for thisContinue reading “Making the Perfect Sandwich”

Cooking For Singles: Chicken Breast Roast, Three Ways

I find it sometimes challenging to cook diverse and nutritious meals as a single. But then, I often find myself looking at the restaurant industry for inspiration because we share the same challenge: cook a-la-minute single-serving dishes. In this post, I will share one of such inspirations and conclude with a recipe that I foundContinue reading “Cooking For Singles: Chicken Breast Roast, Three Ways”

Recipe: My Favorite Granola

I have a yogurt parfait for breakfast almost every day. This habit allowed me to explore at length the world of granola. So, in today’s post, I will share some of my exploration and what I learned from it to create my homemade granola recipe. Why yogurt parfait? You may ask. Over the last yearContinue reading “Recipe: My Favorite Granola”

3 Ways Of Getting More from Your Ingredients

Ever since I started cooking, I end up throwing away leftover ingredients. Doing this always feels somewhat heartbreaking because I’m not only cheap and environmentally conscious but also that there’s flavor there I won’t ever experience. In today’s post, I will discuss three ways to utilize your ingredients in a different way to enhance flavor,Continue reading “3 Ways Of Getting More from Your Ingredients”

Planning Your Backpaking Meals

About six years back, I discovered Backpacking. I already knew how to prepare for a hike, but backpacking was a completely new league. In a previous post, I already discussed how to cook in the wilderness, the equipment to take, and what kind of ingredients you should carry. Today I intend to go deeper andContinue reading “Planning Your Backpaking Meals”

Five Do It Yourself Pantry Items

A few days back, I made granola for the very first time in my life. I buy granola from bakeries and local shops to experience different flavors as I have it for breakfast most days. But, suddenly, I noticed that it got pretty pricey, so I decided to make my own. Inspired by how easyContinue reading “Five Do It Yourself Pantry Items”

Cooking for Beauty: Why Should You Style Your Meals?

Who doesn’t love a well-presented meal? I love it and made it a point to style my meals as best as possible. Styling food is not only a technical culinary challenge; it has deeper connections to one’s health. Let’s explore how. As shared in a previous post, I used noom for about four to fiveContinue reading “Cooking for Beauty: Why Should You Style Your Meals?”

Persimmon Parfait Recipe

I can’t believe 2021 is almost over, and this will be the last post of the year. If this year has taught me anything, it’s to keep things simple and adapt to new circumstances. And you can think of adapting on so many levels! So this is my simple version of adapting. One of myContinue reading “Persimmon Parfait Recipe”

Thoughts on Sustainable Eating

Sometime back, I wrote about plant-forward as an eating style and as a means for showing concern for the environment. Today I would like to share some thoughts and opinions of mine about sustainability while eating with the intent to inspire you to eat greener (pun intended). Before we get started, there is something IContinue reading “Thoughts on Sustainable Eating”