Carne Asada Burritos

When we visit San Diego, one thing Daniel always has to get is a carne asada burrito from one of the many authentic, (and as he would say, legit) Mexican restaurants in San Diego. Essentially, it's grilled steak cut into strips, wrapped in a tortilla, and served with guacamole and salsa. Having just made and … Continue reading Carne Asada Burritos

How to Make Pita Bread

Bread is a prime example of the beauty of simple food. Essentially, bread is made of flour, water, yeast, and salt. These incredibly basic ingredients come together to become the well-known and much beloved staple of people across the globe. Unfortunately, making bread has become somewhat of a lost art with the convenience of store-bought … Continue reading How to Make Pita Bread

Strawberry Arugula Quinoa Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

It's the month of June. Which means that it's strawberry season! I'm having fun thinking of different ways to use this sweet, juicy, incredibly delicious fruit, which happens to be right up there with all my favorites=). I could seriously bask in the hot, summer sun and devour strawberries endlessly...they're so darn good! I eat … Continue reading Strawberry Arugula Quinoa Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

Chocolate Chia Energy Bars

I finally got back into running now that it's warm again (goodbye cold, boring, can't-do-anything-but-be-inside winter)! It feels so good to get back into it and to be active and enjoying the outdoors. My favorite time to go for a run is in the early morning when the sun is just coming up. It's so … Continue reading Chocolate Chia Energy Bars

Dark Chocolate Truffles

I was scrolling through Instagram one day and saw a photo of chocolate truffles with all different kinds of toppings. Not only did they look yummy but they were so very pretty! The perfect inspiration for a Mother's Day gift which was coming up soon. Following the recipe from How to Cook Everything by Mark … Continue reading Dark Chocolate Truffles