Blog Promotion


Last Tuesday, I had an opportunity to promote my blog at WAVE’s networking event. WAVE, Women’s Association of Venture and Equity, is a non-profit organization which offers various developmental and networking events for women in private equity and venture capital.  The event was held at the boutique showroom of Gurjot, a clothing brand focused on […]

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Pumpkin Harvest Cookies

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Fall foliage and pumpkins are the first two things that come to mind when I think about the fall season, and these cookies are my version of fall cookies. Pumpkin orange, cranberry red, olive green from the pumpkin seeds are like edible fall foliage.  I baked many batches before I got this right recipe. The […]

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Toasted Oatmeal with Sautéed Leek and Mushroom


Oatmeal is one of my go-to breakfast dishes. I generally salt it stronger than the package suggests and add a bit of brown butter or unsalted butter at the end. Then I sprinkle toasted flaxseeds and drizzle with honey as I eat. I love oatmeal, and I would eat it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. […]

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Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies with Salt Flakes


Something magical happens when butter is cooked until it is brown. It’s richer in taste, and it has an incredible nutty aroma that is just out of this world.  Smaller version  I love using brown butter for baking. I used it to make cornbread before which was a hit. This time, I’m baking brown butter […]

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How to Brown Butter


Browning butter is a great way to enhance the flavor of both, savory and sweet dishes. When the butter is browned, the taste becomes richer, and it will have a wonderful y nutty aroma. It’s great for pasta, steak, sautéed fish, steamed vegetables and even for baking, such as cornbread or cookies. When the butter […]

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Cilantro sauce with Charred Jalapeño

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Sophie’s is a Cuban restaurant franchise in NYC and is my husband’s lunch spot. When I ask him about the restaurant, he always talks about the spicy green sauce, which is on every table at Sophie’s. When I was in culinary school, my classmate bought a sandwich from there and told me to try some […]

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Pasta with Mediterranean Tomato Sauce


This sauce is like a puttanesca sauce without anchovies and is almost exactly the same as the sauce for sautéed cod. Capers and olives give complexity to otherwise simple tomato sauce. This is a great vegetarian recipe that will even satisfy carnivores. Print Pasta with Mediterranean Tomato Sauce Prep Time: 5 minutesCook Time: 25 minutesTotal […]

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Jamaica Trip2: Villa Mara and the Breakfast


We arrived at Villa Mara, a beautiful villa at Mammee Bay. The villa had 7 bedrooms, a dining room, a living room, pool, tennis court and ping pong table, and it was right on a beautiful beach. The manager at the villa was very helpful organizing our daily activities, and our beds were made even […]

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Jamaica Trip 1: Fruit Venders


We were a group of fourteen. It was our friends’ family trip, and they kindly invited us to join them for the vacation. They planned everything so we just bought the tickets and hopped on an air plane. We met them at Montego Bay airport and took an hour and half ride to Mammee Bay, […]

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Miso Marinated Pork Chops


Pan roasting is hands down the best way to cook thicker cuts of proteins, and one of the most popular techniques in the professional kitchen.  A piece of protein is first seared on a hot pan for browning then transferred to the oven for even cooking. This way the protein will have a gorgeous crust […]

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Simply put, this blog is my recipe box. All the recipes are created and tested by me, unless otherwise noted. I hope you'll find recipes to share with your families and friends.