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Cauli Pizza!

Happy New Year!  I hope you’re all as excited as I am by the promise of the best year yet! I think a wonderful goal to have is to make each year better and better- and generally that is what I strive for :) This food blog has been an exciting part of my year- only a couple months now that it’s been up, but I’ve really enjoyed sharing recipes and pictures with you.  Thank you for following me, checking my posts and liking my facebook page :) Remember, comments are always welcome… but now on to the food..


Chilli Rubbed Beef Tendon

So I’m super excited about this post!! And I know it’s definitely not for everyone but read it anyways- you’ll learn something!!

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A Lighter Bulgogi Japchae (Korean style beef and noodle stir-fry)

So this dish is kinda a Bulgogi/ Japchae hybrid. Bulgogi is a Korean beef dish- marinated beef stir-fried in a sweet sauce with some vegetables and Japchae is stirfried sweet potato noodles and vegetables in a sweet sesame soy dressing. However mine is minus the high fat, high carbs, sugar and noodles. _MG_0646 With the help of aloe noodles (or kelp noodles) this dish gets slimmed down, and I use stevia to replace the sugar. I didn’t use sesame oil because I don’t have any, but if you wanted a more authentic flavour, I would suggest you add some to your sauce.


Almond Butter Pudding Cake

Yet another Pudding Cake recipe…

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Gluten Free Coconut Flour Faux-Fried Fish (with heads!)

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I don’t know about you.. but I have a small fear of things with heads.

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Food items that is.


Kabocha Coconut Pudding Cake (in a jar!)

Okay so I’m sure you knew this was coming.

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This is the “kabocha and coconut” blog after all!

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This is really, really delicious!


Spicy Beef+Veggie Stir fry

So this blog can’t all be about sweet treaty-type things!

… we also need real meals in our lives!  Here’s a spicy one for you :)


Cauliflower Bread Two Ways

After my recent wonderful discovery on Gmarket for frozen cauliflower (see here), I was dreaming of ways to use it. When I was back home in Canada for a whirlwind visit this August, I had my mom make me a cauliflower bread because I hadn’t had cauliflower in over a year, and had been salivating over all these wonderful recipes I had seen. Most cauliflower bread recipes call for cottage cheese, which I haven’t really seen here, so I needed to try out my own way.


Persimmon Stuffed Kabochas

*Warning there are a lot of photos in this post

I. just. couldn’t. help. myself.

I mean…


Who am I?

Who am I?

Well, I’m just your average 24-year old Canadian teaching English in Korea, finding my way through food, fitness and a foreign culture. Trying to figure out what I’m meant to do, what I have to share and how I want to live a life of fulfillment. Originally,  I dreamed that photography would be my goal, and so I pursued art school, and graduated with a BFA, Major in Photography from the Emily Carr University of Art+Design in Vancouver, BC. Upon completion of my school in 2010, I set out with hope and passion, excited to begin my new career as an aspiring photographer.


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