So imagine this scenario for just one minute: The alarm clock goes off, tearing you out of your precious sleep, the sound hammering into your brain because it’s so loud! You find the button and hit snooze. Laying there thinking to yourself: I have to get up, but I don’t want to. You fall back
It’s November already and fall is in its full effect. Leaves are turning all shades of yellow, orange and red, the air is crisp and foggy early in the morning and although we love long walks in the woods and enjoy the beautiful melancholy of the season changing, all we want to do is to
Water, is the elixier of life. Nothing and I mean absolutely nothing would exist without this crisp and clear liquid. And I know some of you may be thinking “I know, I know” but let us be honest here: Do you enjoy drinking plain water all the time or even forget to drink water sometimes?
If you’re like me and you like to add a heaping scoop of a creamy nut butter to almost anything, then you’ll go through a lot of the nutty goodness. The store bought jars can be really pricey and even if you buy the organic kind, they can still contain ingredients, you might not need
Rhubarb – either you love it or hate it. I’m the lover kind and it’s one of my favorite spring vegetables. Yes it’s a vegetable, not a fruit but cooked with a little coconut blossom sugar and sun kissed raspberries, it’s super tart flavor turns into pure sweet and tangy goodness. And I’m putting that
I scream for ice cream!!! That’s me, as soon as it get’s a wee bit warmer outside. Sun rays kissing me awake in the morning, birds chirping love songs, butterflies tickling my belly from the inside… yes, it’s that time of the year. And what does this time of the year call for? Yes, ice cream!
Sundays are for pancakes, right? I mean what better way to start the last but best day of the week than with a sky high stack of chocolate chia pancakes, topped with a berry salad and a generous drizzle of vegan chocolate ganache?! I just love chai spice! And in combination with chocolate it’s even
What better way way to ring in the new year with good food, lots of laughs with wonderful friends and of course fabulous cocktails!For this year’s New Year’s Eve party, I decided to make a little sweet and tart apéritif with a hint of bitterness. Since my Persian roots always tend to pop out everywhere,
Ok, we definitely had a blast last night at our friends house for New Year’s! But… WE ATE AND DRANK SO MUCH!!! So, like I have already challenged all of my followers and friends on Instagram to join my little #hungrydetox2017 party, I thought of making some super clean and super fresh, grilled eggplant “tacos”
I think I’ve mentioned that before but I can’t get enough of Thai and Vietnamese food. Honestly, If I had to choose one cuisine for the rest of my life, i’d know what i’d choose!One of my favorite soups is a good tom kha soup minus the meat. So if you feel the same way,