Meat Lovers and Hawaiian Pizza

  Who doesn’t love a homemade pizza?!? If you’re saying you don’t, well then…we can’t possibly be friends! Honestly, I was never a fan on pizza until I started making ...

Fresh Spring Rolls

Ingredients: rice paper very warm water For the filling: rice vermicelli noodles(cooked accordingly to the package) 1 pound of shrimp(deveined with the shell on) fried tofu Vietnamese ham(click here for ...

Stir Fried Pork Spare Ribs

If you are low on cash and need to whip up something quick and delicious for dinner, then look no further! My kids have requested this EVERY WEEK for the ...

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Homemade Fondant

Whether or not you are an avid cake baker or just starting ...

French Cut Green Beans

This so called “side dish” is sooo good…that I can probably eat ...

White Sandwhich Bread

Nothing beats coming home to the smell of homemade bread! A good ...

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Lemon Bars

I was on the search for a good lemon bar recipe for a while…all came up short. Most had too little crust, or not enough lemon filling, or waaaay too much sugar! Even the amount I use in this recipe is the most that I’ve ever used! BUT that’s the price you pay when you’re […]

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Cheese and Bacon Scones

If you are a lover of scones, then my recipe is a must-try! Most people love sweet scones filled with jam (recipe for that one is coming up! ), but if you are looking for a change, or have never tried a savory, moist, and cheesy scone, then this recipe will be a game-changer for […]

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Linda’s Chipotle Salsa

If you are a lover of salsa, then this recipe is for you! My best friend Linda has been dubbed the “salsa queen” by all of her friends. For a long time, every time she was set to show up for a party, everyone would ask her to make her famous salsa. Well, guess what?? […]

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Baked Salmon

My baked salmon is an easy weeknight dinner that your whole house will love! My family and friends love this recipe and devour it in an instant! If you love salmon and want to try something new, then this recipe is right up your alley! INGREDIENTS: 2 pounds of salmon (whole) light mayo (enough to […]

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Strawberry Crumb Bars

I don’t know about you guys, but strawberry flavored ANYTHING is my absolute favorite! These strawberry crumb bars aren’t overly sweet (as with most of my desserts) and have this yummy, crumbly topping made with cinnamon and nutmeg…YUM! INGREDIENTS: 1 lb. of fresh strawberries chopped 1/4 cup of sugar 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract 1 […]

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Easy Apple Turnovers

These apple turnovers have quickly become a favorite in my home! They are easy to make but in no way, shape, or form, do they look easy. All you need is some good ol’ frozen puff pastry sheets and you will have your dessert ready in no time! They taste great on their own, but […]

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Spam Musubi

I made a vow, not too long ago, claiming that I will never touch, cook, or eat spam, for as long as I shall live… that was until 2 months ago, when I walked into a little bakery in Kihei, Hawaii, and tried their spam musubi and since then, my life has taken an unexpected […]

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Chet Ktiss (Bananas in Tapioca and Coconut Pudding)

I gotta say…this Asian dessert is one of my most favorite to make during the fall! It’s creamy, yet light taste, make this dessert, one that’ll you’ll want to make, over and over again! INGREDIENTS: 1 16 ounce bag of frozen saba bananas (may sub for regular plantains) 1 cup of clear tapioca pearls (do […]

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Chocolate Mousse Pie

Chocolate is my absolute WEAKNESS. I’ve never been a fan of candy, but chocolate is another story. This chocolate mousse pie is decadent, chocolatey, and isn’t overly sweet because I use dark chocolate in my recipe. And since research shows that eating dark chocolate can be beneficial to your health, consuming this pie is practically […]

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Prahok Dipping Sauce with Steak

I have never met a Cambodian, nor an Asian person for that matter, that didn’t love prahok! This stinky, spicy, and sour dipping sauce is a staple in all Cambodian homes! It’s most often paired with slices of juicy steak, and a nice assortment of herbs and veggies of your liking. INGREDIENTS: 1/2 to 2/3 […]

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