This soup is so easy to make and fast too. American do not use too much watercress in their cooking/ eating. It is surprising since it is similar in nutrition and cancer fighting as kale. But if kale has an hard texture and pretty hard to chew on and eat raw watercress [...]
cabbage mung bean and peanut miso soup
Finally winter arrived in Southern California. Call me crazy but I love it. It is cold and rainy. Very rainy actually. I guess I can say that I love it since it doesn’t affect my day since I am working from home. Some chai tea on my [...]
green smoothie & beet apple celery soup
My husband and myself like to detox once in a while, it is always good to flush away toxins and loose extra pounds.
Summer is the best time to start a detox if you can do it while you are on vacation this is perfect. A good [...]
For years my sister who lives in Paris, France has been raving about fresh fava beans. On my side I knew only the dried ones and never tasted fresh ones. So I was very happy to see that Rays Ranch ( Temecula Farmer’s Market) was selling some fresh ones last Wednesday. I thought it will [...]
Soups lovers you will love this soup!
Giouvarlakia is a fantastic northern Greece soup made of meatballs, rice, in a light and creamy lemon-egg Avgolemono sauce. Avglolemonom – egg (avgo) and lemon juice (lemoni) means lemon and egg soup. This soup becomes the perfect base for some tiny fragrant Greek meatballs Giouvalakia, made from either ground [...]
I live in Southern California, Temecula Valley between San Diego, Los Angeles and near Palm Springs. The decor is very similar to Morocco (North Africa): dry hills, palm, dates, avocados, almonds, and olive trees. The weather is beautiful all year long with hot summer and cold winter nights. Like in Morocco when [...]
Today January 23, 2012 at midnight will start the first day of the Chinese New Year. This is one of the most important Chinese Holidays, it lasts for 15 days, each year is associated with one of the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac, and this year is the Year of the [...]
Great and delicious food does not need to be complicated and fancy. Really simple cooking technique can make big effect. What is really important is using the best and delicious seasonal ingredients you can find.
I discovered this recipe through Sooishi Blog few months ago by chance and loved this blog and its philosophy [...]