What Is a Typical Dinner in Puerto Rico? — Nutrition Dork

Puerto Rico is known for it’s delicious and flavorful food. Typically a Puerto Rican dinner consists of rice, beans, meats, and stews. Mainly cooked in a heavy kettle or caldero. One of the most popular dinners includes beefsteaks, or in other words “bistec”. The beef is marinated in adobo, a mix of salt, garlic, black […]Continue reading “What Is a Typical Dinner in Puerto Rico? — Nutrition Dork”

Spiced lentil and mushroom pie recipe — Daisy Winter

We’re planning on having a pie to go with our Christmas dinner this year. This is the trial run run for that pie. It turned out very nice, which is good because I saved half the filling anticipating I could freeze it so that there was less effort on Christmas day! Also, to reduce the […]Continue reading “Spiced lentil and mushroom pie recipe — Daisy Winter”

Lemon Meringue Tartlets — Peytons View

Hello everybody, hope you’re all doing Ok! Well, there’s only one more week until the lockdown is lifted here in the U.K, and then we’ll be put into tiers again with tougher rules, I’m not going to keep talking about that as I know it can be a stressful subject to talk about. Instead I’m […]Continue reading “Lemon Meringue Tartlets — Peytons View”


Give your kids a great incentive to get out of bed with these easy breakfast recipes. PB&J Bars Breakfast bars are always a great option, because you can grab and go with them when you don’t have time for a sit down breakfast. Skip the pre-made bars and make your own with this delicious PB&J […]Continue reading “10 FUN BREAKFAST RECIPES FOR KIDS – II — Fit ‘N’ Inch”

black bean and tofu burrito bowl — A Hint of Spice

I finally got down to making this burrito bowl. It’s super healthy and I felt full for the rest of the day. Plus you get your quota of proteins and vitamins. Really delicious! It’s also very satisfying to make your own bowl from scratch. It looks so colourful and appetising. I often make this turmeric-coconut […]Continue reading “black bean and tofu burrito bowl — A Hint of Spice”

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