Posts Tagged ‘scallions’

Hatch Chile Shakshouka and Creating Space

October 3, 2016

Hatch Chile Shakshouka

Life is like a wave sometimes, isn’t it? These past few months I feel like my mind has been filled to the brim with a whole bunch of stuff. Some stuff I need, some stuff I don’t need. I was doing things that didn’t serve me. It had gotten to the point where I had […]


The Star Of Your Next “Fall Brunch” – Pumpkin BBQ Pulled Pork Eggs Benedict

October 21, 2014

Pumpkin BBQ Pulled Pork Benedicts

Meet the rock star of your next “Fall Brunch” – The Pumpkin BBQ Pulled Pork Eggs Benedict. It’s a mouthful, I know, but a decadently and delicious mouthful! Plus, you’re guests will LOVE it! Now, there are quite a few components to this dish, but if you plan accordingly, preparation will be a breeze. You […]


Salmon Croquettes – A Tribute To The Foreign Land I Love – IRELAND!

April 18, 2013

Blarney Castle Salmon Croquettes

St. Patrick’s Day was a month ago, yesterday. I’m still reeling from it! We threw a party, like we always have. I will be the first one to admit that it really is just another excuse to drink. I won’t deny the purpose of our parties, but it also has a deeper meaning for me […]


Short Rib Tacos w/ Orange BBQ Sauce and Spicy Orange Cucumber Salsa

March 3, 2013

Short Rib Tacos with Orange BBQ Sauce and Orange Cucumber Salsa

Follow my blog with Bloglovin The Inland Empire brought out the big guns last weekend, Riverside, California specifically. Inland Empire Brewing Company(IEBC) put on a Fourth Anniversary Celebration that was reminiscent of Riverside’s famous Orange Blossom Festival. As one who considers herself a Riversidian, I was disappointed to find that in 2007, the Orange Blossom […]


Spicy Peanut Noodles

September 24, 2012

This past weekend, I participated in my very first timed race of any kind – the Survivor Mud Run! I have been preparing for this for months, though perhaps not as rigorously as I should have. The day came, and I got WORKED! So much mud, so many obstacles, so many participants – it was […]