This tuna loaf is inspired in a fish-loaf my mom used to make usually for Christmas o New Years. She served it with a cream made out of heavy cream and ketchup. I didn't make it this time, but It could be an option, it was actually very good! I would recommend to buy an [...]

Cabbage Pancakes with Sriracha Mayo

These cabbage pancakes are inspired in a traditional Japanese food called Okonomiyaki. Okonomiyaki is a savory dish that is a bit more like an omelette or frittata than a pancake and it's made with okonomiyaki flour, eggs, cabbage, pork (bacon), shrimp or other seafood, and topped with a variety of condiments like sweet sauce, mayonnaise, [...]

Paleo Banana Bread

Banana bread is one of my favorite baked goods, right after lemon cake 🙂 This paleo version is as moist and delicious as the regular one, but has fewer carbs, no refined sugar, and it's gluten free. I normally don't eat any baked goods, since they are high in sugar and carbohydrates. However, when I [...]

Shrimps and Sausage Wok

Shrimps and sausage is such a delicious combo! It reminds me to the southern dish jambalaya, which I really love! I like cooking in a big pan or wok, it's simple, quick, and easy to clean up. I prepped all the ingredients first and then put together the dish. The trick here is to cook [...]

Breakfast Frittata

Frittatas are a great dish you can eat at any time of the day. What I love about them is that you can put pretty much everything in a frittata! They are tasty, versatile, and naturally healthy, since the basic ingredients are eggs and vegetables. In Argentina we call them "tortilla". The most popular once [...]

Balsamic Honey Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts are one of my favorite vegetables; they are versatile, delicious, and full of nutrition! One cup of Brussels sprouts contain over 270% of your daily value of Vitamin K, and provide more vitamin C than oranges. Brussels sprouts also contain Glucosinolates. Glucosinolates brakes down into compounds called metabolites, which have an antibiotic-like effect and help [...]

Paleo Protein Muffins

These muffins are moist, tasty, low in carbohydrates and high in protein: the perfect paleo treat to enjoy with your tea or your coffee. Plus, they couldn't be any easier to make! I have to admit that baking is not my favorite thing. I feel like you really have to follow a recipe, use the [...]

Asparagus Leek Soup

This wonderful soup can be made in less than an hour with all natural ingredients. It's creamy and flavorful and it's easy to replace ingredients and come up with your own creation based on your taste or what you have available in your fridge. I love soups, however, living in San Diego I don't crave [...]