A Colorful & Healthy Recipe for Fish Fillets


Fish fillets are usually oven-baked (which sometimes lacks vigor in flavors) or pan-fried (which is often overly greasy). Do you want to cook a fish fillet dish that presents succulent tastes, delightful colors, and varied nutrition? Here is one you can try. Continue reading

Fresh Choice Shrimp with Mango Yogurt Sauce


Popular in all food cultures, freshly peeled, deveined shrimps not only add appeal to a dish, but also provide excellent source of protein for human bodies. Shrimp is actually a very versatile ingredient for making colorful, palatable cuisines. It works well with almost all cooking styles and matches a wild variety of ingredients. Today, I created a healthy shrimp platter with fresh garden greens, avocado, edamane, mango, and plain yogurt. Continue reading

A Quote about Food

Thanks to fellow blogger Stephy@Stephysweetbakes, I am nominated for “Post A Quote Challenge”. So I am posting one of my favorite quotes about food:

“Food, in the end, in our own tradition, is something holy. It’s not about nutrients and calories. It’s about sharing. It’s about honesty. It’s about identity.”

By Louise Fresco

I like this quote because it touches the very essence of food: food is not just something that sustains our lives and well-beings, but something through which we can communicate with, give to, and learn from the world, something from which we never have any reason to hide our feelings, something towards which we are entitled and empowered to devote our passion and efforts, and something with which we can show what we truly value. Continue reading