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Zucchini Beef Lasagna

Zucchini Beef Lasagna

Many of my Sundays with family were marked by a big pan of lasagna. In the recent years —when is not so easy to lose weight as when I had 15 years old—,  I’ve started a “Healthy path”.     Replacing ingredients that are high in calories is one of the favorite strategies to keep down the calories counts in a recipe. For this lasagna, instead of using pasta for the layers of the lasagna I will be using sliced...
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The Cookware Geek on Yummly

The Cookware Geek on Yummly

If you consider yourself a true food lover, then you must know about Yummly. If Pinterest seems like an attraction park for food junkies and recipes seekers —I have to confess my obsession with the delicious food photographies in pinterest—, Yummly has taken this to another level. Pages and pages of recipes chosen to match your preference. Yeap, that’s the appealing of yummly; You can choose your preference; like: ingredients, flavour (sour, savory, sweet and bitter) special diet, allergies (seafood,...
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Banana Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting

Banana Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting

Everybody has a favorite companion for peanut butter. It’s one of those ingredients that work so well with other flavors since it can enhance other natural flavors. Lately I’ve been craving for some bananas with peanut butter as my favorite afternoon snack. Then I thought: What if I convert this amazing combination into cupcakes? Definitely one of my hobbies is to transform all the flavors that I like into cupcakes. It’s like “Cupcaketifying” the world.         Now...
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Foolproof Mushroom Risotto

Foolproof Mushroom Risotto

I really enjoy earthy flavors that may seem so simple but turn out to be comforting to my palate. I learned to make this meal when I was new in the kitchen. So, as you might imagine, the first time I tried it was a complete mess.     I basically ended up with an unrecognizable soggy paste. So after reading thousands -I’m so dramatic sometimes- of mushroom risotto recipes on the internet, I came out with my own version...
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Healthy Salmon with Kale and Mushrooms

Healthy Salmon with Kale and Mushrooms

I’m always trying new combinations that makes me feel good with my body without sacrificing the flavor in my meals. What a better option for this purpose than doing this Salmon with kale and mushrooms that is super delicious and only 300 calories per portion. As you may know “Kale” is the trendy vegetable. The Kale is considered one of the “superfood” because of its high levels of vitamin K, A and C.   As a dressing i used a...
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Easy Microwave Eggplant Hummus

Easy Microwave Eggplant Hummus

I`m a huge fan of hummus with flavors so strong that make me travel to the other side of this wide world.   The classical Baba ganoush (eggplant hummus) is made of roasted eggplant and includes tahini -a paste made from ground sesame seeds-. The problem is that tahini is sometimes hard to find in local supermarkets.       That’s why I wanted to make an easy microwave version without tahini that will get you out of troubles when...
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Latin American Bread Pudding

Latin American Bread Pudding

One of the classics desserts in the Latin American cuisine. You can ask me for my earliest memories of my mom’s cooking and I probably respond you “torta de pan” -bread pudding.   This sweet delicious from heaven is the perfect ending of any family reunion. It is creamy and super sweet but the raisins counteracts the sweetness with some acidity that brings the perfect balance for this dessert.   Print Latin American Bread Pudding This sweet delicious from heaven...
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101 Food Blogs to Follow and Get Inspired

101 Food Blogs to Follow and Get Inspired

I have to confess that for many years I’ve been a loyal reader of many food blogs. Not only because i can found countless recipes way better than my regular cooking book -Julia child forgive me- but because i can find people that is as in love with food and cooking as me. It’s simply a wonderful way to connect and to get inspired for other food lovers. As everything in life, you can get a food blog that responds...
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Melissa and Doug Stainless Steel Pretend Play Set Review

Melissa and Doug Stainless Steel Pretend Play Set Review

When I purchased for my 7 year old niece, it was without too much thought or extensive background research – after all, it was just a pretend set. But it is 3 months now and I am indeed impressed enough to write about it. I love working in the kitchen myself, and my niece Cynthia is an eager observer and has had her own set of kitchen play sets since she was four. Melissa and Doug Stainless Steel Play Set...
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How to Clean your Pots and Pans

How to Clean your Pots and Pans

  Cleaning cookware should be simple, but from time to time, it can be very frustrating. Especially when you have burnt some food, have too much grease to get rid of, or a particular type of material that does not seem to ever get completely clean. Sometimes, despite your unrelenting efforts you may have found some of your cookware getting scratches, losing their luster, starting to look bad on the outside, or simply ruined. The type of material that your...
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