All Recipes

Green Tea White Chocolate Chip Cookies

Wanna make something with matcha but can’t find it anywhere or it’s outside your budget?
There’s a simple solution to this: USE THE LEAVES FROM GREEN TEA BAGS! ^_____^ (more…)

Caprese Salad

A recipe so simple, you’ll be wondering why you haven’t tried making this already!


I didn’t put measurements for the ingredients because I don’t think there is an actual correct “serving size” for this heh. You could make this as a hors d’oeuvre, snack, appetizer, or even as a meal! It’s something you could easily make more of if you need a bigger portion, but also something you could keep in the fridge for a couple days if you end up with extra. (more…)


Patbingsoo is a popular dessert eaten in Korea during the summer. Although the weather’s cold now since fall is here, I love to have it anytime I want something refreshing throughout the year!

Red Bean Shaved Ice

Red Bean Shaved Ice

What started off as simply shaved ice and sweetened azuki beans (‘pat’), the dessert has evolved into a fancy dish that now includes various toppings such as:

  • ice cream
  • condensed milk
  • fresh fruit
  • nuts
  • cereal
  • rice cake

It’s like a luxurious snowcone, but in a bowl (which makes it even better because there’s no need to worry about anything melting and dripping anywhere)!


Nutella Hot Chocolate

As October comes to an end, fall season has finally arrived in SB – with the morning air beginning to feel crispy, the skies getting gloomy, and the nights becoming too chilly to go out without a jacket. With fall season comes warm layers, comfy sweatpants, more Netflix in bed, and the oh-so-famous pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks (how can we forget?!).

Personally, their pumpkin spice latte tastes too artificial and sweet for me. You know what I’d rather have?

A cup of nutella hot chocolate.


Yaaaasssssss. (more…)


“Honk, honk!”

This is a sound I hear almost everyday from “The Mexican Corn Man” as he walks up and down the streets of my neighborhood with a cart full of corn and mangoes. He usually makes a stop right outside my apartment, letting his presence be known loud and clear with his horn. For only $2, you can get a customized elote from this wonderful man. I equate the sound of his horn to that of an ice cream truck because it makes me feel all happy inside 🙂


Traditionally, this popular Mexican street food is served with mayonnaise, cojita cheese, and chili powder. It’s easy to make on your own! (more…)

Fancy Scrambled Eggs

Ready for some fancy schmancy scrambled eggs? Lo and behold.


These hearty scrambled eggs will definitely start your day off right! This recipe is vegetarian, but it’ll please your tastebuds whether you’re an herbivore or a carnivore (I promise!). (more…)



If you all haven’t noticed already, I like using eggs when I cook. Eggs make everything better! Okay maybe not everything, but I certainly like to have one with my spaghetti sometimes! (more…)

Sweet Potato Smoothie

A sweet potato smoothie? Say whaaat?


It may sound strange to you, but I think it’s one of the best drinks evaaaaa. It’s really easy to make too! (more…)

Open Faced Sandwich


When I feel like instructions for easy-to-make food (like this open faced sandwich) are unnecessary, I’ll provide just a simple ingredients list like this one! Your sandwich will be ready in no time. (more…)