Monday, December 8, 2014

italian-asian turkey meatballs

Make it as soup in this cold weather, or dip in soy sauce, chilli oil and lemon with sesame seed oil, or.just eat as it is. Enjoy♡

garnish with fresh basil and italian parsely from the garden or potted herbs  from the balcony.Enjoy mmm mmm healthy good♡
 cover, add 1/8 cup water to simmer depending on how much soup you desire. 
fry with olive oil under low to medium heat, flip till the round gets golden brown
The egg should be beaten on the space you have made on either side of bowl to save dish washing. 
Dice tomato, onion, green onion or chives, mince garlic and ginger very thinly. Mix ground turkey and diced ingredients, add salt, freshly ground colorful pepper, black pepper, garlic powder, dried basil, italian falvored bread crumbs or use any, parmesan cheese, cage-free organic eggs, patis, soy sauce, olive and sesame oil. Mix very well.
take a spoonful of the mixture and mold into balls using the spoon to help you smooth it.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Fennel with orange salad

Chop organic fennel bulb and red onion thinly. Cut organic grape tomatoes in half. Peel and section oranges. Cut mozzarella in cubes. Chop fresh organic  parsley and basil. Zest lemon, and squeeze some juice in. Toss ingredients  together. Season with kosher sea salt and freshly ground rainbow peppercorn from Trader Joes. 
If you want it on the sweet side, add red wine vinegar. I use Star and is a product of Spain.  It brings more of the herb taste also. You can eat it with tuna, seared ahi, grilled or baked halibut...possibilities are endless.  
On a serious note, tangy and strong flavor, you can add balsamic vinegar (Star, product of Modena, Italy)  instead of the red wine vinegar. Good for that typical Caprese- basil-tomato-mozzarella taste. As always drizzle extra virgin olive oil. I use Spitiko, product of Greece. 
You can serve both vinegar so people will have a choice or enjoy alternately if not the same time. 

Pair it with chilled sweet red wine and it tastes devine...
Marvel on healthy food, try it.
Brunch- crack egg/s into a pan with hot olive oil, throw in tuna or any meat. Season with sea salt and freshly ground pepper, drizzle.a bit of lemon unto fish. Flip....then slice big pieces of mozzarella on top. Let it sit for a few seconds until cheese is melted. Sprinkle bit of nutmeg. Serve. Savour.Sip Tazo chai chocolate, etc tea.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Ground turkey love

Hard to mess up ground turkey, cut green onions, onions, garlic and place in preheated pan then add ground turkey, let it be for at least 3minutes, then stir for even cooking of the meat. To avoid salmonella, change/wash your utensil when all meat turns white not red nor pink. Salt as desired, I put the magic-poultry seasoning (marjoram,  thyme, coriander, black pepper, rosemary, sage). Simmer with half a cup of water or as desired for 10 to 15 mins. Place celery or turnips or plantain or bok choy, or any vegetable that you like...possibilities are endless. Simmer, stir occasionally,  sprinkle raw cashew, simmer a bit more...taste...serve...ooohhh la la...Enjoy♥♥♥

Saturday, March 1, 2014

It's nice to be sweet

I'm In life, so long as one keeps it unvarnished, true, raw and organic, however other may judge the sweetness of one's may never go wrong. Savour the taste, enjoy every moment and surely reap the health and happiness later on in life...may it be immediate or long term.

No I am not only talking about my daily breakfast but life in general, may it be with family, in relationship, with friends, at work, stay true to your self and enjoy every moment of life and stay thankful and find goodness in everything that comes out of it.  In a blink of an eye all things passes and all  what is left is our memories with everyone who sorounded us. 
Fresh organic avocado from my friend Kelly's trees, dark chocolate, raw honey, raw cashew nuts, almond butter made with unrefined sugar cane and palm oil and sea salt

Saturday, February 22, 2014

I love Saturday mornings

Sunrise, no hurry, excercise,  preparing healthy meals and the best part, enjoying every bite, every moment, savoured with a cup of English breakfast tea and books or favorite movie or writing one innermost thoughts and feelings...then have the rest of the day for errands and spending time with others. Try it. It's like dunking a biscuit to an English builder's tea...more relaxing and nourishing than it sounds.