Easy Cherry Hand Pies

I don’t know about you but I happen to love fruit pie for breakfast. Paired with a scrambled egg and a glass of milk, a piece of pie makes a pretty hearty first meal of the day. You can argue the high sugar content, yes. But everything in moderation, right? And actually, these mini pies […]

Pumpkin Streusel Bread

Autumn has been upon us for a month now… Yet Los Angeles does not feel a bit like crisp, crunchy leaves or pumpkin spice lattes… Just the other day Cobalt and I visited the beach to enjoy the sunny blue skies and cool breezes. I doubt anyone out East where we moved from is doing that […]

How to: Easy Fettuccini

Today I bring to you the most delicious and EASY Fettuccini you’ll ever eat. Watch this video to learn how! I didn’t use smoked fish, just extra vegetables (red peppers, broccoli, green beans and peas) and diced chicken. But it was amazing. Also, Jamie used reduced fat milk for the Alfredo sauce which makes it […]

Tomato Pie

Call me crazy, but I had no idea what tomato pie was until this summer. A Workshare at Crabtree brought it to lunch one day, which was my first time to taste it. Let me tell you – it was amazing! Creamy, tomatoey, cheesy…it was essentially lasagna sans noodles in a crust! My recipe is different […]

Easy #Blueberry Pie

It seems like only yesterday that I was picking blueberries with my friend. And now, sadly, the season is over! Fortunately, there was still had a good amount of blueberries left in my freezer to make Cobalt yet another birthday pie! (aaand two years ago) I used my recipe for Easy Oil Crust from an Apple Pie […]

Recipe Inspiration: Easy Stir Fry

Recently, I’ve added a new hobby to my life: Teaching Cooking Classes. I meet a friend once a week or so to teach her some simple recipes and techniques that she can take with her for the rest of her life.  So far we’ve learned knife skills (though I will say that I’m not the best […]

Easy Apple Pie (Cobbler)

Cobalt and I picked apples today for the first time in a week! We were disappointed that we had caused many to become so compost-worthy (I usually try to pick them no later than every 2 days). But then were thankful that our compost pile is so happy. Regardless, we still found nearly 10 pounds of apples […]