Highly Recommended. In our family, because of our love of primates and rainforests we try our best to avoid palm oil. Just because something claims to be “organic” or “non GMO,” doesn’t mean it uses sustainable palm oil, which isn’t grown on deforested land or encourages deforestation in Asian rainforests. Many of the “healthy brands,” […]
My son wanted to learn to fly, so I took him indoor skydiving at Universal City Walk’s ifly. He flew for two minutes over all, even though the process took over an hour and full of nostalgia and wanting to share an “LA Experience,” with my son, we went to Hard Rock Cafe. Which turned […]
Let’s be honest, most of the time, we just need to put food on the table quickly then get on with the rest of our day. So I gather in “Daily Cook,” simple recipes with minimum ingredients that take around 20 to 30 minutes to cook. Just a place to visit when you need an […]
First things first, Agebitashi means “deep fried” in Japanese. So this is actually a Yakimashita Nasu (Baked eggplant) but soaked into the traditional Agebitashi eggplant sauce. I wanted to make a healthier alternative to one of my favorite Japanese dishes by changing the process from deep fried to baked. The baking option stops the oil […]
A few days ago, I put out one recipe and one suggestion that used cherry tomatoes and burratta. This lunchtime I needed to use the leftover ingredients so I made pesto pasta. Mainly you need Fusilli pasta, a bottle of pesto sauce, burratta and cherry tomatoes. Just cook the fusilli, follow the instructions in your […]
Here’s something easy for lunch today. At the supermarket by the Heirloom Tomatoes, they had put out Burrata–a soft Mozzarella– and it made me think of this simple dish: Stirato bread, sliced tomatoes, balsamic vinegar dripped onto olive oil, with a pinch of black pepper. Dip the bread in the oil and vinegar and top […]
My friend and I went out for a bite to eat, noodles and chicken wings, followed by a coconut ice cream macaron with matcha shell. The broths in this restaurant are always so deep in flavours and the noodles, chewy with the bounce still in there. The service is fast, the people are polite, it’s […]
Sunny Skies Kitchen’s newest recipe is a vegan, gluten free shortbread, infused with walnut oil, and sweetened by maple syrup. One of the goals for this blog is to experiment with different types of flours and use the results to make new recipes. I’m not gluten free, and never plan to be, but with all these new […]
I like to try out different ingredients, and when I saw this yellow spikey fruit at the supermarket, excitement over came me, “Would it be sweet and succulent like a dragon fruit or hard like a winter mellon? Do I eat this or put it in soup?” When we got home and sliced into it, […]
This being an LA Blog, one must pay tribute early on to Roy Choi, the man who invented Korean-Mexican food and gourmet food trucks -all at once- with the creation of Kogi. This recipe is one you can make with minimum fuss, although it does take planning. One, you need to go to the Korean Market […]
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This is an easy to make party and picnic friendly recipe, which can just as easily be used for a normal homemade meal. Can be made under 30 minutes. I even saved you from cutting up the tomatoes by using the cherries kind. I decided to create this because my son’s friend is a picky eater, […]
I found this at the farmer’s market. Each tomato is different and the spread of color is as well. I find it ever fascinating.
I’m from Hong Kong originally, and there we have wonderful array of international foods and lots of food obsessed people. We were born foodies before the word existed. Our top pass time is eating out and trying new restaurants. I hope to spend sometime blogging about our foods, my memories and of course our recipes.
This is a shrimp dumpling or a prawn dumpling in the more British parts of the world. Inside the very thin piece of tapioca and what starch wrapping is one or two full shrimp. It’s part of dim sum array of dishes, a kind of Cantonese Cuisine, which we will talk more about. The sauce […]
In Southern California we had a partial solar eclipse today. I was hoping to find some eclipse related food traditions online, but didn’t come up with anything except in parts of Southern India people don’t eat during one. The only other food traditions I found are space or crescent related ideas for Eclipse parties in […]
California is in a drought (2015) and the weather being erratic has caused a number of problems with the produce. Some vegetables were in short supply or destroyed. The lemon yield didn’t come, I had to buy them imported from the supermarket (with wax all over them, sigh). But “off bloom” mandarin were an unexpected surprise this […]