Paradise Fried Rice

I really don't have time to cook this week. With a conference I have to travel to coming up and working on the house, it's just too busy. So I opted for a recipe that could be put together in a flash. Fried rice is one of those dishes that is easy to make and [...]

A Quick Rice Dish from Trinidad

This week has been off the charts busy. I don't have a lot of time to cook. I'm back working on my house. This week it's fixing floors. Last week's dish was wonderful, but it took a while to make. Look no further than Eating Well for a recipe for Trinidadian Pelau with Chicken to [...]

Gullah Red Rice

When I first saved this recipe to blog, I didn't really know the history of this dish. Looking a bit further, I found out this is an African American from South Carolina. But, it's more than that. According to Wikipedia, "The Gullah are African Americans who live in the Lowcountry region of the U.S. states of Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina, in both the [...]

Middle Eastern Rice with Black Beans and Chickpeas

Another week working part time at home. I think without the technology we have today, it would be much harder to work at home. I use both Microsoft Teams and Slack to work on different projects. Both allow me to keep in touch with my colleagues easily. VPN technology has improved too. I don't need [...]

Japanese Style Fried Rice

It's been getting busier and busier since the coronavirus outbreak has been ramping up. Now I'm working weekends so I need to have meals that are quick and healthy. Just because you may be busy, doesn't mean that you can't eat healthy. One of the reasons I do this blog is to help others with [...]

Sartù Di Riso – The Your Level Best Way

Ok, so I must be up for a challenge this week.  I picked a really carby recipe and figured I'd give it a shot to make.  It sounded really good.  The Italian recipe called Sartù Di Riso gets most of its calories from the arborio rice and mozzarella cheese.   It's not a healthy dish by any [...]