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Tofu Katsu Curry (No-Fry)

Enjoy Japanese cuisine with this hearty vegetarian dish composed of no-fry crispy tofu cutlets and traditional Japanese curry. Earlier this year, I made a no-fry tofu katsu cutlet sandwich that received a lot of positive feedback. The recipe was rather popular since the tofu tasted fried but was […]

Turkey Top Destinations Guide

Turkey is an outstanding country, rich with history, gorgeous sights, delicious food, and more! Read below to see which attractions made it to my top picks. NOTE: This guide includes attractions from only Western and central Turkey. *Please note current travel restrictions. Turkey is a fascinating country that […]

10 Must-Eat Foods in Taiwan

Have you ever heard that Taiwan is a food-lover’s paradise? Well, it truly is and I am here to share my list of 10 must-eat foods in Taiwan to provide some eating suggestions if you ever visit Taiwan and wonder what to eat! In this food guide I […]

Baked Lemon Blueberry Donuts (Video)

Summer time basically screams “berry season!” and if you keep an eye out on weekly flyers, serendipity may fall upon you with berry prices under $1! I’m not joking. Last week I purchased 18 oz. of blueberries for 77 cents! And that would explain why I made lemon […]

Hong Kong Mango Crepe

Typically when great foods coalesce, an even greater product is produced. This is certainly true for mango crepes. However, not just any crepe, but rather a Hong Kong Style Mango crepe which marries 3 wonderful foods together to form the paradigm of beauty. It is simple to make, […]

Cherry Clafoutis (Video)

It is Summer time and that means many fruits are in season! The good thing for us consumers is that prices drop and we can save tens to hundred of dollars on certain groceries. It’s axiomatic to say that cherries are quite expensive. The average price is about […]

Green Tea Marble Cake

My mom enjoys purchasing over-priced baked goods from high-end grocery stores, but I’m often intransigent on this because homemade pastries are just as piquant, possibly even more, and the production cost is often less. I know I’m biased and I’m only saying this because of my baking obsession […]

Seaside in Winter: Aegean Sea

Today, the sun made a rare occurrence in Turkey’s skies as it peeped behind grey, stratus clouds. Understandably, people set foot outside of their rooms, cameras around their necks and phones in one hand, eager to snap photos of the sun and sky, which resembled an orb against […]