quick fennel salad

If you’re one of those who love anisey flavors, this is definitely for you. If you’re not a big fun or you dislike anything with fennel, anise or licorice, I feel sorry for you but hopeful. I know from experience…

Hamin

Hamin (Chulent) is a traditional Jewish overnight stew, which  Jews around the world used to make for Shabbat since they couldn’t cook or light fire from Friday sundown to Saturday sundown. Although I don’t observe the Shabbat I sometimes to…

Seattle fog – earl gray latte

The first time I had an earl gray latte was in Seattle. It was in a place called Mr. West Cafe Bar. They also had the most delicious almond butter and Jam toast. It was one of the best toasts…

Pumpkin Spice Cookies

I was craving cookies but run out of coconut sugar or maple syrup so I decide to use molasses to make my basic cookies recipe. Molasses has a strong, burnt flavor but with pumpkin spice it somehow disappear. I grounded…