If you haven’t heard of the pokē bowl yet (pronounced poh-keh), you probably will soon. The pokē bowl trend has ben sweeping across the USA and I daresay it would soon hit Malaysian shores where poke bowl shops will be all the rage later this year. What is it though? It’s traditionally a Hawaiian dish … More Salmon & Brown Rice Pokē Bowl
I am finally onboard the frittata train! After reading and going through so many frittata recipes on paleo lifestyle blogs, I have decided to hop onboard and try my hand at making one! The best part? It’s so freaking easy to make! Not to mention it is also very filling and keeps well, and … More Onboard The Frittata Express
Trying to eat healthy at a clubhouse is like trying to balance an upright chopstick on your head while on stilts. not utterly impossible, but requires a lot of effort and discipline. Which I don’t have (and neither do most of you). When at a clubhouse, I am a sucker for those huge club sandwiches with … More Healthy Dining At The Golf Club
Kale chips, the mother of all healthy snacks. It’s like eating healthy versions of potato chips. They’re so simple to make, and delicious too! Enough to trick your mind that you are actually eating chips, minus the calories. Traditionally, kale chips are most just lightly salted & peppered (with some extra chill powder additions … More "kale chips – with secret sauce"
Anyone who knows me knows how much I LOVE tuna. Aside from salmon (which is my number one favorite fish), tuna swims in at a very close second. I can literally eat all forms of tuna – canned, fresh, raw, grilled, sandwiched, barbecued, baked, and so on. My favorite, and most convenient-to-eat is of course … More Tasty Tuna
Anyone who knows me knows that I’m an absolute sucker for Thai food. Much joy filled my life when I managed to concoct the most delicious homemade Thai tom yum soup at my very first attempt. I’m pretty much a salad eater these days and as much as I really love Japanese salad dressing, I … More Healthy Thai