This week’s guest post is from Victoria Giang, the food blogger behind How Daily. While there’s a ton of recipes out there for smoothies, this one is my favorite. It tastes so good you don’t even care if it is healthy! Of course, me being me has to add some cacao powder. Afterall, I seem toRead more
I am so excited about this week’s guest post! Louise Hendon, co-host of The Keto Summit and author of the Essential Keto Cookbook, explains to us The Ketogenic Diet, which frankly I have been incredibly curious about. In addition to being the latest diet trend, some are claiming it even helps cure cancer by starving theRead more
As I’ve mentioned before I’ve had a shocking number of careers. I’ve been a puppet, a pirate, a pauper, a poet… OK not really. But before the internet bubble burst, I was a user experience lead at an internet consultancy and a project manager at some ad agencies. All of these positions required you to knowRead more
If you like pina coladas and gettin’ caught in the rain, then this is the dessert for you. Even if you don’t, this is still the dessert for you. What makes this coconut cheesecake different from the other recipes out there, is it uses a coconut puree. (Don’t worry. You make it with shredded coconut and water. You don’t need to hunt for some obscure and expensive ingredient. It’s OK to keep reading.)
Growing up ice cream was paramount in our household. It was always in the freezer and we ate it everyday, year round. It was not merely a summer treat to us. My father’s idea of a bowl of ice cream consisted of three healthy scoops, not marbles as he referred to stingy dips. Now an ice cream parlor just opened near me claiming they have Philly-sized scoops. I don’t know what Philly-sized scoops are (they would be just scoops to us), but I’m guessing they are large since my family’s idea of a bowl of ice cream is about 5 or 6 times what a serving of gelato in Italy would be.