A night for me to cook! Continue reading
Restaurant on Mass Av in Indianapolis that you have to check out. Chicago Magazine recommends that you visit this place for the Superbowl. They don’t take reservation, and won’t for the Superbowl; probably the only place in Indy! Favorite newer’s restaurant! Continue reading
When : January 25, 2012
Where : Home
- Broccoli Pesto : Broccoli florets / Garlic / Grated Parmesan cheese / basil leaves / olive oil = A delicious pesto!
I saw a recipe of pesto made with Brussels sprout pesto. And in my fridge I had a broccoli which was ready to be used! It’s a delicious alternative to the traditional pesto. I had some bread with it for an appetizer! Saved some for mi amor who is coming back tonight!
When : January 24, 2012
Where : Home (yes – I love to create/cook)
- Avocado/ Grapefruit / cilantro / spinach / red onion / salt / soy sauce = dinner with a wonderful summer taste.
Why : Green bean delivery
Made with the food that we received from the green bean delivery. Organic – the grapefruit is amazing, the flavor was revealed as soon as I cut it.
Sweet soup and quinoa! An excellent combination of distinctive and healthy for a Sunday night! Continue reading
When: January 19, 2012
Where: At home
- Carrot cilantro soup : recipe here
- Tomato tart : simple tart made from scratch
It was our last dinner with mi amor before his trip to Nicaragua. I didn’t have a lot of time and had a lot of carrots. He loved it and me two. A very simple and easy dinner for two!
Lunch with a friend enjoying a House made soup at Cafe Patachou on 49th street! Continue reading
Pad Thaï and Curry! Delicious Thaï food in Fountain Square! Continue reading
3 C because Carrots/ Cilantro / vitamin C (orange juice)!
1 tsp unsalted butter + 1 tsp olive oil
1 red onion, chopped
Salt and pepper
1 pound baby organic, peeled and sliced carrots
1 orange pepper (or yellow/red if you have)
Water (I used 3 cups)
2 tsp minced fresh ciltantro leaves
1 orange juice
Heat oil and butter in a large pot over medium heat until shimmering. Add onion and cook, stirring occasionally, until translucent. Add carrots, pepper, some cilantro leaves salt and pepper. Cook for 10 minutes. Add boiling water to cover the veggies. Not more than that. Cover and cook for 30/35 minutes.
Puree the mixture in blender until very smooth. Add the rest of cilantro. Mix again. Just before serving add a splash of orange juice. Voilà un plein de vitamin C! Enjoy!
Any questions? Don’t hesitate!