Today it is freezing here. With the weather as it is in Florida during winter. “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get”, just like Forest Gump used to say. When I wake up in the morning, right after I turn on my Runtastic watch from sleep mode to active mode, I check quickly to see what the weathers like. Of course I hope each day there would be some miraculous snow covering the woods and the forest, hopefully God heard that! He makes most of my wishes come true but I’m not particularly sure that one wish is realistic. It doesn’t cost a dime to dream, though, does it? I’m dreaming of Green Peas & Parmesan Cheese Pasta. That’s for damn sure. Read More
Clearly, there is every reason why to embrace Autumn for what it is and hold onto it for every last minute we have of it! My house is fully decorated with Fall happening in FULL effect. To match that same vibe we’ve got going, we made Apple Pie Parfait in dessert shot glasses for breakfast the other day. Absolutely mind-blowing.
I will post DIY information on my holiday decor later. The spirit of giving all around me and love flowing within me. Having just got back from the Hillsong Conference in NYC, I am fully ready to take on God’s plan for me in this season. He always has something up His sleeve and always full of blessings in store. Read More
This is a quick recipe for those who need something refreshing, light, and delicious on this fine summer day. Although I am not back home yet, this is a reminder that you want to always try to keep yourself on track and on the ball. Enjoy these Pesto Zucchini Noodles! Read More
Beets used to be one of my worst enemies. Have you ever had a food enemy? That food you cannot even think about eating because it freaks you out but you’ve never even eaten it or merely attempted at tasting it before? This used to be one of them. It’s not like my pure hate for pickles. Everything about the flavor, smell, look, and feel of them is sickening to me! I am told that when I was a baby my mom would feed them to me right out of the jar because I loved them. How does someone start hating something they loved like that?
Either way, I hate pickles but that wasn’t the type of enemy beetroot was to me. It was intriguing. The color was pretty. The nutritional benefits are stunning and the flavor is said to be insane. Regardless, for years, I hated it. The thought of it made me cringe. Once I started juicing a couple years ago, I began incorporating beets as well and slowly started spiralizing them, too. This is one of my favorite ways to enjoy beets during any time of the year and this recipe right here just hit the spot. Read More
So I lost this post before leaving on my most recent working cruise. It was a fabulous one but no matter what I did, I could not find it or restore it. I apologize for that and for taking a few day hiatus. That took away some inspiration for sure; I am on my blog feet again though! I cooked some great dishes this week but the photography was not up to par so more stuff to come this week that has life and love in it. This dish sure was one to remember and make again…again…and, you guessed right, again! Read More
For as long as I can remember, I have loved Thai food and, more specifically, the infamous dish: Red Thai Curry. I was always under the impression that I could only savor those flavors sitting on the floor with no shoes in Indian style in a quiet yet peaceful Thai restaurant with music almost silently playing in the background.
To be exact, I thought the only way to enjoy this perfect dish had to be at Bangkok Bangkok II in Coral Gables on Giralda Avenue. Leaving my car parked in the most ridiculous parking lot known to date right across the street from the Church of Christian Scientology and Tony’s Pizza (maybe it’s not Tony?). They made it SO good that nobody could top their recipe ever. Discouraged I left every time because I had just had the most epic meal of my life but had no idea how to recreate it in a healthy, make-it-yourself-at home-in-pajamas style. Read More
I have been wanting to share this recipe for a while but can never get any decent pictures. Believe me, I will do a revamp of these photos sooner or later. Somehow Russian Beet Noodle Salad never have justice in photos. Why is that? Do beets not photograph well when turned into beautiful, succulent veggie noodles that are baked so their juices can just totally envelop my taste buds?! I guess not. Either way, I am attempting to get better at food photography, hence the great pictures lately. Smile. Read More
I was so in the mood to make Russian Beet Noodle Salad and, with the crazy 57 mph winds from yesterday’s afternoon thunderstorms; I just let Marylex take the car and called it a day for myself. I was supposed to go to Walmart and buy the ingredients for my Bacon Ranch Zoodle Salad to make a nice side for lunch. That all being said, I put the Russian Beet Noodle Salad on the backburner, hypothetically speaking here. Read More
Day 2 has begun and I already feel good! Got a workout coming up soon after this delectable breakfast that I made! I am really enjoying the different meals I am creating with the fat blast. Read More
I have failed with many attempts to find the right theme for my blog. All the free ones suck and all the premium ones are popular, meaning I wouldn’t be the only one with that theme. I hate being synonymous with other pages. I want to be unique from all other blogs as I am not like anyone else in particular. I’m random and spontaneous and I want my blog to give off that vibe but my themes never do me justice. Read More