Blueberry Loaf

I love blueberries in my baked goods and I am so excited to share this recipe with you all. Not only is it easy to prep and bake but it is delicious! Instructions: 1/2 cup of butter or margarine (softened) 1 cup of sugar 2 eggs 1/2 cup of milk 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon of salt 1 … More Blueberry Loaf

Banana Pudding

Banana Pudding is one of the easiest and most traditional recipes one could make. It’s one of those recipes that doesn’t require much ingredients so it’s affordable and is perfect for a potluck or any other type of gathering. This is your basic banana pudding, my family only adds in one special ingredient; Mexican Vanilla.  … More Banana Pudding


Hello everyone! On today’s blog, I thought I would share my version on Tonkatsu, which is a Japanese dish that consists of a breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet. Since I am not Japanese, this will not be the traditional Tonkatsu you would have in an authentic restaurant or in Japan but it’s still pretty good! Ingredients: Boneless pork chops, pounded … More Tonkatsu

Jalapeño Poppers 

Hi everyone! On today’s blog, I’m going to share how to make Jalapeño Poppers. I thought it was one of those recipes everyone knew how to make or even heard of but apparently it’s not as widespread as I thought. This is such an easy recipe ever and if you’re ever invited to a cook … More Jalapeño Poppers 

Canning Peach Jam

My parents have had a peach tree in our yard for as long as I can remember and this year, the tree produced more peaches than it ever has before. With more than enough peaches to eat, my father mentioned how we should look into peach preserves. My mother jumped on the idea and began … More Canning Peach Jam