Once Upon a Crabby Feast


The Alaskan King Crab season is over and done with and here I am reminiscing this delicious crustacean. Pardon me while I post this so I’ll remember what to order next time, and be able to compare as well. Due to busy schedules and spring break with the fam, I only attended/organized one king crab […]

Quick Lunch: Tuna Pineapple Macaroni Salad

Chicken macaroni salad was one of my favorite party side dishes as a child. Back in Manila, it was dotted with raisins, which I’ve grown to dislike through the years. I’ve come to embrace it’s blushing cousin, the dried cranberries, which I simply adore in salads and use as often as I can. I love […]

Crispy Basa Fish Fillet Sticks

Don’t forget to join in the fun to win a MixMyGranola gift certificate! There’s still time! Contest ends March 3, 5PM PST. :) Here’s a quick, easy and tasty recipe for those of you out who like fried fish fillet. As a child, I remember feasting on crispy fish fillets during our summer outings to […]

Seared Sea Scallops with Spinach Linguine

Ever since I’ve finished reading Michael Pollan’s In Defense of Food [I’ll talk more about the book later, it’s a real gem.], I can’t help but think of ways to eat organic and local. I’ve been doing my best to eat organic food for years now, but didn’t pay much attention to where they came […]

Super Simple Baked Salmon Pocket

One of the many things I love about Vancouver is the fresh seafood — especially salmon. Salmmmmmon. Give it to me raw, fried, baked, seared, rolled in sushi rice, smoked…I’ll take it! Aside from baking salmon ‘sandwiches’, I like making salmon in pockets. Why? It’s the simplest thing to prepare and you get a great […]