Wild About Organic Food? Make it a Metaphor at Your Perfect Wedding Ceremony and Reception

A garden offers so many metaphors for loving relationship. So if you’re either foodies or organic people, consider getting married at your local CSA (community supported agriculture) or at a small organic farm that provides food for your favorite restaurant or caterer.  (and then of course, turn around and use that caterer or restaurant for … Read more

Buying Healthy Food Can Be Made More Affordable by Shopping Locally and Seasonally

Food prices in the UK have risen by an average 6% over the course of 2011 at a time when unemployment continues to rise along with energy prices and other costs. When households are being very careful about their budgets it can seem very difficult to continue to ensure that the diet remains nutritious and … Read more

Kenyan Food Recipes

Mahamri is an alternative to bread or tea biscuits. It is sweetened and spiced. Mahamris are a specialty at the Kenyan coast. Coastal women prepare them for breakfast or even as an accompaniment for vegetarian dishes. WHAT YOU NEED TO PREPARE MAHAMRI Iliki – Swahili for cardamom Amira – Swahili for yeast White flour fresh … Read more

Filipino Recipes – Shrimp Meat Tortilla (Omelet) Recipe – Pinoy Food

The good thing about tortillas is the fact that you can use almost anything to whip into a wonderful recipe. For this post, I combine pork and shrimps (two of my favorites) into a yummy Shrimp Meat Tortilla good for young and old folks alike. I say so, because from my Grandma down to my … Read more

Filipino Recipes – Champorado (Dessert) Recipe – Pinoy Food

Champorado or chocolate-flavored rice porridge is a favorite breakfast among Filipinos, especially for families with kids. I haven’t met a child who don’t like chocolates and that explains why champorado is very famous in almost all households in the country. I remember passing a can of evaporated milk around the table way back when I … Read more

Filipino Recipes – Longsilog Recipe (Breakfast) – Pinoy Food

Silogs, popular term for sinangag (fried rice) and itlog (egg), are certainly every Pinoy’s favorite morning meal. Because of its popularity, you can even consider it the national breakfast of the Philippines, if there is such a thing. These early morning delights come in several combinations with tapsilog (with tapa), tocilog (with tocino) and longsilog … Read more