All in Recipe
Hey- a lot of boba places have been serving strawberry horchata... also, I miss Texas. Let me know if you have other bomb horchata recipes.
In cold weather, I often crave pho, ramen, hot pot, and other soups, but I always regret purchasing it at restaurants. Per @jennalyner's request, here's a Pho Ga recipe that won't cause hypertension...
Ooh, girl, it's something gluten-free that doesn't taste like poo. If you've tried gluten free pastries, they taste yucky.
Let's be honest: when a package has "gluten-free" written on it, it makes me want to walk in the other direction. When I finally find a gluten-free product that isn't super high in sodium & sugar, I'm ecstatic. My Celiac friends can enjoy the pleasure of gooey, bready food!
Venice Bakery's Seasoned pizza crust is has a buttery deliciousness to it - even though it's vegan. They sell it at Sprouts Farmer's Market.
Live crabs freak me out a little bit. The thought of capturing crabs, gutting them, and getting their meat was slightly nauseating to me... until I realized I could make delicious ceviche tacos!
So technically, ceviche is seafood cured with citrus, like lemon juice. The crabs we will be preparing are boiled, but the end result will still have the tangy taste of ceviche.
I love tangy/sweet taste of Thai Papaya salad. It's so refreshing and summer-y. And it's healthy (minus the brown sugar).
Well - good news. It's VERY easy to make and it's inexpensive. AND 1 papaya makes a shitton of salad, so you can eat to your heart's content.
Charcuterie platters spruce up a party and say, "Hey, I'm a fancy pants.." Trying something different: Taking food photos is EXHAUSTING, so I decided to make a low-medium quality video with strange music.
Reviews for this video have been, "That bg music tho." Enjoy.
Don't tell me the seedy title scare you. This eggplant parm is amazing - and a good sauce makes it so much better.
Ways you can make this super healthy: don't make the angel hair pasta, don't add mozzarella, don't bread your eggplant, and go light on the Parmesan.
Sometimes I just don't want to add the 4 cups of sugar that a recipe asks for. This is the art of modifying recipes.
Here are some rules you must abide by...
Rule #1: You need to know what you can & cannot substitute.