It seems that everyone wears a label these days when in comes to food. I consider myself to be a flexitarian, that is one who is plant-based, with occasional meat products. I also try to avoid eating processed foods. One thing I am not, is a Neophobian (extremely picky eater). I have been known to eat tarantulas, ants, crickets, guinea pigs, reindeer, camel and a few other things not worth mentioning. Continue Reading →
Soufflé was in the finals of my culinary school test, a dish that was so intimidating AND I had to make it without a recipe. Somehow I got through it (and so did the soufflé), but that traditional soufflé was tricky. The recipe here is easy, for everyone who loves and wants to make soufflé. Continue Reading →
This dish—featuring ribbons of carrot masquerading as pasta in a cream sauce reminiscent of Fettuccine Alfredo—is a great way to get kids of all ages eating more vegetables. It is a perfect side dish or Meatless Monday Main.
It is crazy to me how many people say they don’t like cooked carrots. I think this recipe created by Sara Moulton from her 4th cookbook; Home Cooking 101 – How to Make Everything Taste Better is a game changer. Continue Reading →
I really could just stop there, but there is always a story behind every recipe.
I was recently invited to the soft opening of Flemings Steakhouse & Wine Bar in Pasadena, part of a chain established 1998 by Paul Fleming and Bill Allen.
What really sets Flemings apart from the other steak houses is the excellent service in addition to delicious food. Continue Reading →
Late every summer, huge displays pop up in grocery stores all across the U.S as a monument to the praiseworthy pepper that’s harvested in Hatch, New Mexico known as the Hatch Chile.
I am a relatively new “Hatch Head” thanks to Melissa’s Produce, who introduced them to me several years ago. Since then, I have become hooked on their meaty, peppery & smoky flavor. Continue Reading →
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She Paused 4 Thought
Welcome to She Paused 4 Thought, a place to explore recipes, travel the world and laugh along the way. Since graduating from New School of Cooking, I love experimenting with food locally and globally. Enjoy!