Patacones (or “tostones”) are made from green plantains, peeled and cut in 1/2-inch slices, they are fried twice to achieve a crispy, yet starchy texture – perfectly versatile for salsa, other sauces and dishes.
Somewhat of a Book Review of “KINTSUGI WELLNESS” by Candice Kumai, but also a story of connection to the Japanese Culture and the art of “beautifying” seemingly broken things/aspects of life.
The very best cafe in Hawaii for all things SMOOTHIES, TEA, MILKSHAKES, BOBA / BUBBLE TEA. Boba Cafe is a MUST when visiting O’ahu and a popular favorite of locals for their sweet treat or refreshing iced tea.
This salsa recipe resembles a Mexican pico de gallo, but is truly rooted in Colombia. This salsa, or “aji” is tangy and thin enough to get in every crevice of grilled meat, can be sopped up with starchy plantains or simply enjoyed with tortilla chips.
Wash away all the idealized “perfect mother” conception – for, it simply DOESN’T EXIST! However, there IS a way to let go of the pressure, and STILL be the parent that your children need…
Being a blogger comes with the territory of frequently asked questions and recommendations – here are a few of the most inquired about recently. Stay-tuned for more answers to come!
Avocado and balsamic are the duo your taste buds have been looking for! Tangy but creamy, with soft and crunchy textures – this easy and fast (15 minutes!) salad will be a staple recipe just after one try!
The first probiotic proven to break down Digestive Plaque, allowing it to balance your gut’s bacteria and fungi and improve your overall wellness!
This ten minute side dish is a winner when it comes to kid-friendly dinner options. The key is – flavor!
Straw, Beaded, Pom-Poms, Tassels, Mini, Totes, Beach-Perfect, Crossbody, Clutches, Artisan, Vintage-Inspired – all of the above plays a role in these Spring 2018 bags all in earthy/natural neutral color tones! Click the stoppable links to decide which is your favorite…