Taco Beer Flatbread Pizza with Roasted Corn & Poblano



It is never too late to celebrate a national holiday in Mexico and the U.S., Cinco de Mayo, also known as the Anniversary of the Battle of Puebla. In the spirit of the Americanized Mexican holiday, I’ve made a pizza with delicious Mexican flavors. There’s always Mexican cuisine around our kitchen - everything from  red or green


Jicama, Avocado and Radish Salad with Lime Vinaigrette



For the last two weeks or so, I've been a little under the weather and didn't explore much of Boston, however stayed in, saw some funny wild turkeys, made some comfort food such as seared king trumpet mushrooms, and spent most of my time with one of my favorite cats Cosmo and Doni's baby niece


Vegan Taco Pizza with GO Veggie! Mexican Style Shreds



One of our favorite meals is the vegan taco pizza. We make them at least once or twice a year. We felt like making a hearty and delicious vegan taco pizza after our long 3-month trip in Asia. All you need is a homemade beer pizza crust, re-fried beans, plenty of vegetables, vegan cheese, and


Portland: Santeria and Bailey’s Taproom



In mid September, we dropped by Bailey's Taproom, a beer bar in downtown Portland. While Bailey's Taproom does not serve food, you can order vegan-friendly dishes from a Mexican restaurant, Santeria, which is just across the alley from Bailey's Taproom. There is a menu from Santeria in the tap room and the waiters can deliver


Mexico City: Nirvana Vegetariano



It is not uncommon to find Mexican ingredients in Afro-Caribbean cooking. If you would like to try something different such as a fusion of traditional Afro-Carribean and Mexican dishes incorporating a variety of tropical fruits, I would recommend Nirvana Vegetariano (and it doesn't have a website). Located in the gritty Colonia Roma, Nirvana Vegetariano is


Mexico City: Yug Vegetariano Part II



I wrote an earlier post on Mexico City DF's Yug Vegetariano, and tried plenty of vegan dishes there afterward. Like I'd mentioned, Yug Vegetariano was the first local vegetarian restaurant I went to because it was within a short walking distance from my apartment in Zona Rosa. So I tend to eat more often there