Gang Jued Woon Sen

Gang Jued Woon Sen-

Gang Jued Woon Sen is a Thai clear noodle soup. There are different variations of the soup, but this is how I ate it growing up. This soup is typically served with a very spicy dish, since it has a very mild flavor. Acting as a palate cleanse to cool from the spice. Some variations […]

Mexican Picadillo Tacos

Picadillo Tacos-

When the hubby makes a request for a child hood recipe, the pressure is on! Luckily this recipe turned out great, and Danny was able to take a trip down memory lane. I asked my mother in law for the recipe and was pleasantly surprised to see how easy it was. The only part that […]

Tom Kha Gai

Tom Kha Gai-

Happy New Year! And cheers to my first post for 2017! We had a wonderful Holiday break filled with family, love, and lots of delicious food. Now we’re slowly getting back to our routine and meal planning. When I was coming up with recipe ideas, I remembered one of our last meals in Bangkok. It […]

Baked Chile Relleno

Baked Chili Relleno

Continuing with our eat good food, but healthier diet,  we came up with an idea to make baked Chili Rellenos. If you’ve had traditional Chile Rellenos then you know they are dipped in an egg batter and deep fried to a delicious golden, cheesy goodness.  I love a traditional Chile Relleno, but since we’re trying […]



Albondigas translate to meatballs and typically refers to a popular Mexican Meatball soup. This is a common dish in Mexico and every family has their own variation of this recipe. My husband grew up eating this soup and my mother in law made the meatballs with vegetables inside. When you have picky eaters, this method […]

Thailand Trip

Wat Phra Kaew

Hello there! I took a hiatus from blogging for our 2 week Family Trip to Thailand. If you follow me on Instagram or FaceBook you got to see some of our pictures and updates while in Thailand. We’ve been home for almost 2 weeks now, but right when we got back, we all came down with a stomach […]

Beef Basil Fried ‘Rice’


Anytime I can make a dish healthier without sacrificing taste, I’m all for it! This dish is no exception, it tastes just as good as Basil Fried Rice, but substituted with cauliflower.  If you haven’t jumped on the cauliflower rice bandwagon, then you definitely need to. It’s such a good alternative to rice if you […]

Eva’s First Birthday


I’m finally getting around to posting about Eva’s First birthday. Her party was over 2 weeks ago, but my husband has his birthday 5 days after hers. Needless to say we did a lot of celebrating and cake eating the past 2 weeks. Birthdays are special and while parties are great, it’s truly about the […]