Japanese Pumpkin Squash Soup

This is a perfect snack quick fix for those cold winter days. Light yet warming and super healthy.

More Food Ideas

Baby Purple Artichokes Salad

These type of artichokes don’t come around often here in the States. But if you can get your hands on some, its worth it. A specialty from Nice and delicacy, we eat them raw and mix them in a salad.

Carrots and Aspargus with Walnut Miso Dressing

This is power food, farm fresh carrots and aspargus take flight combined with a raw walnut miso dressing.

Basil Jalapeno Margarita

Its all about that salt rim. Throw in a little basil and let that feeling sink in.

Shrimps and Pickled Carrots Lemongrass Rice Noodles Salad

Fresh summer noodle salad with juicy shrimps, pickled carrots, lots of cilantro and jalapeño.

Coq au Vin Blanc

A spin on the classic french dish coq au vin with white instead of red wine. I find that it is a bit lighter yet still delicious.

Nice In The Summer

Arugula n Eggs Miso Ramen

Yet another Ramen spin off! This one is very simple, always based on the homemade miso and shiitake broth.

Making of a world famous tacos night picnic

The guac’ is world famous! So I’ve been told. A zesty cilantro crema, seafood, meat and / or cumin flavored vegetarian tacos filling, you can have it. Your palate won’t regret you stopping by.

Pork Larb Spicy Salad Cups Picnic

This quick fix for thai-ish slash Vietnamese flavors is perfect for a summer light meal. Its all about the balance of the intense larb’s fragrance combined with naked cucumbers, buttercup lettuce wraps and herbs. Make a dipping sauce and drizzle with sesame oil.

Holy Basil Cheesy Vegetarian Lasagna

This is a friend’s family vegetarian lasagna recipe that I slightly adapted. Its cheesy and heavenly.

Salmon and Potatoes Sesame Miso Ramen

I like to add all kind of stuff in my ramen. Here’s a new spin with salmon, potatoes and arugula.

Pineapple Fried Rice

So fragrant and tasty, don’t be afraid of the fish sauce it really makes the dish come together with the lime zest. I use ham because pineapple is a good digestive tool for pork. But crab meat, or crackling roasted pork or plain vegetarian would be good choices too. Bottom line is, fried rice is what you make to finish leftover and one of those dishes where you can throw in anything.

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