Baked Asparagus Spears


Here, is a quick and easy asparagus recipe that does not require a lot of prep. Healthy, low carb and low in sodium, what’s not to love? The olives and capers have a slight salty taste, so this recipe does not require additional salt because we all know salt is notorious for causing water retention and make our belly puff up.

Baked Salmon with Citrus Dijon Mustard Sauce

The sun is shinning, and the temperature is rising. While Summer is just around the corner, it’s time to shed the muffin top and get beach body ready. That means no more junk food/processed foods. My plan is to eat more lean meats, seafood, salads, and good carbs (brown rice, quinoa, gluten free pasta, etc.). This is a quick and simple recipe you can make for dinner. To make a full meal, steam some veggies for a side dish. Enjoy!

Baked Salmon with Swiss Chard

When cooking, I find it much easier to make something creative and not always go by the cookbook. This is a simple recipe I created using whatever ingredients I had in my pantry. Making the marinade was effortless. Just throw in the seasonings, whisk in the olive oil and voila! Now that’s instant marinade.

Zankou Chicken

When my friend and I crave for rotisserie chicken or too lazy to cook, we go to Zankou Chicken. Rita Iskenderian, the owner, can assure you that she uses the highest quality and freshest ingredients to provide her customers the most natural and tastiest Mediterranean food in the world. She strongly stands by her product:

“Our food is 100% natural and we have made a strong commitment to it that way. It is prepared fresh every day in our kitchens by using only the finest ingredients. We will never use cans, freezers, microwave ovens, preservatives, or artificial ingredients. Our delicious chicken is all natural and delivered to us daily. Our beef is 100% USDA Choice and of the finest quality. Our bread is baked fresh every morning. You can expect all this and much more from a company experienced in serving excellent food for over 50 years.”

Crêpes X-press Cafe

Whether sweet or savory, crêpes are getting quite popular these days. Crêpes is made by pouring a thin layer of batter onto a hot frying pan or flat circular, hot plate where it’s spread evenly over the surface of the pan. The French even celebrate the crêpe on February 2nd as a national holiday. Today, variations of crêpes exist in nearly all cultures, from Bánh Xèo in Vietnam to Dosas in India, and Pancakes in America.