Basil Cashew Ricotta Cheese

There are all kinds of dairy free cheese recipes floating around on the internet and as usual I had to twist it up! This is awesome with lasagna using zucchini slices as the pasta and my Bold Bolognese… Read More

Foolproof Mayo with a Zing!

I am always reading labels and mayo is one thing that is a sneaky thing on the grocery shelves…filled with no no things. But making it at home was scary and so I decided to give it a… Read More

Pico de Gallo

Summer is the time for savory cold salads that keep you going all day. I like to make a huge batch of this Pico de Gallo and use it all week on my eggs, chicken salads, and to… Read More

Cilantro Chimichurri

OOOOOh so good. There are 1000 different things you can do with this sauce… ok ok ok, close to 1000. From marinades to salad dressing, from topping off a taco to dressing up your morning eggs! It makes the… Read More

Carne Asada

Ok, I know I should have checked with my daughter and her father in-law, Enrique Lopez, about this one, but after tasting it I think I done did good! While in San Diego it seems unheard of to not have Mexican… Read More

B&B Pesto

Ok, so I know you are wondering, “What in the world does B&B stand for?” Wait no longer! Create this yourself using Black Basil, Black Olive Oil, and toasted pine nuts! It is so yummy. I used it to marinate… Read More

Infused Egg Bake & Side Sauce

What a way to start your day! No more excuses for not having time for breakfast. This delicious recipe is easy to make and creates a super breakfast for the whole family, or slice it up into 10… Read More

Cassava Sweet Potato Crepes and Ginger Rhubarb Sauce

DEEEEEElicious! This is all I can say. If you’re feeling a winter hangover this spring in Germany, then this is what you need! Cozy pumpkin or sweet potato crepes with a warm tart topping of rhubarb and a hint of… Read More

Chai Cashew Butter

This was inspired by Sonia Lacasse and her great cook book Paleo Home Cooking. I love the chapter on nut butters and did a spin on one of them. Just remember you will need to soak your raw… Read More

Bacon Wrapped Asparagus with Fig & Mustard Sauce

This is the season to be jolly! Yes, that’s right. It’s asparagus season in Germany. White asparagus is the most popular on this side of the pond. However, I use green asparagus in this recipe for several reasons…. Read More

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