Lately | March

I’ve been having such a busy week, full of classes and yoga and other fun activities in and around campus. Hence the shortest post I’ve ever written and a flashback repost.

So, finally, some original content whisked together in more than a few minutes. For breakfast this morning, I had two scrambled eggs, bulked up with sauteed zucchini, mushrooms, tomato, and eggplant. Topping of Gruyere cheese, one of my favourites.

After the eggs, I had yogurt with raspberries and honey-roasted cashews. I’m getting really into roasted nuts recently (I’ve always been a nut butter fanatic), and the crunch is everything!

Another day: sliced chicken thigh with cauliflower rice and veggies.

YUM! This looks like a mess, but it’s cauliflower rice with steamed squash, sliced chicken, and Asiago cheese. Asiago is another one of my favourites, for its sharp flavour and meltability. Is that a word?

As usual, dessert featuring Greek yogurt, honey-roasted cashews, plenty of blueberries, and a few squares of chocolate.

Last night, my housemate Jessica left some carrot patties for me. Her mom, my landlord, lives upstairs and made these tasty bites. I need a recipe for these, stat! They were perfectly sweet from the carrots, tender, with a blast of flavour from the green onions. I loved them!

On a completely different note, I’ve told myself for weeks months that I’m going to make ratatouille. I just keep procrastinating because it seems like a lot of effort. I will, I will, I will. Next time. 😉

We had a few sunny, but not too hot, days in Brisbane. One of those days, I walked home from campus. It’s normally a 40-minute walk, but I was wandering pretty slowly and it took me around an hour.

More cauliflower rice, more squash, and more halloumi. I think I have some kind of obsession with halloumi. I’ve been eating it daily, and I don’t think I will ever get sick of it.

Sliced cucumber with smoked salmon dip, and a lovely chicken pie.

This was definitely one of my most memorable meals – wholemeal bun, sliced and topped with the creamiest Brie I’ve ever encountered, plus deli turkey and sliced pear. The combination of turkey, Brie, and pear is divine. Perhaps my favourite sandwich trio of all time?

I know, more halloumi. I should stop taking pictures of it every day because it’s always the same! Dessert was a little different: yogurt with blueberries and a crumbled LARABAR.

After two decades, my clumsy fingers finally figured out how to braid my hair in a pseudo-French braid. This was definitely the success of the week 🙂 Also, some scrambled eggs with veggies and cheese, alongside leftover garlic naan bread, before yoga one morning.

Surprise – halloumi on cauliflower rice with squash and a fried egg. What a novelty. 😉 Dessert today involved a crushed peanut butter LARABAR, a way-too-expensive chopped garnet plum, and some milk chocolate.

One Thursday evening, I was tired, outside, hot, and too lazy to cook. I ended up going to Sushi Kiyo, where I ate seven plates of sushi. Each plate of sushi here is $2.50 and has a few pieces, so I had a little of everything. Plus dessert – a great piece of tiramisu that I’m still reminiscing.

  • 4 tuna aburi, 2 salmon aburi, 2 spicy salmon aburi, 2 hotate aburi, 2 king fish aburi, 2 pieces Spider Roll
  • 1 tiramisu cake

This was one of the best evenings ever – my housemate recommended taking a walk down the Brisbane river. There was a gorgeous pedestrian pathway, and it wasn’t too hot as the sun had started to set. The panorama photos are my favourite.

Every Sunday, I take an aerials class with Ben, an experienced straps artist and handbalancer. He inspires me so much, and I love how patient he is when I ask, for the millionth time, how to wrap my wrists. We are working on a back balance here.

Organic chicken thigh with taleggio polenta, prosciutto, creamed leeks, roasted garlic crumb. Does this need further explanation?! It was freaking delicious and definitely worth the 50-minute wait.

Dark chocolate tart with caramel ice cream, dates, creme fraiche. Better than I could’ve imagined. This may be one of the top five desserts I’ve ever eaten in my life. The pureed dates, rich caramel ice cream, and slightly sour creme fraiche paired beautifully with the caramel smear, crispy pearls, and decadent chocolate. I would go back to HARVEY’s in a heartbeat for this dessert.

Yoga! This reminds me that I haven’t posted on my yoga page for a pretty long time. But I’ve been getting back into yoga, mostly yin yoga, which is relaxing and restorative. I’m also heavily contemplating a new yoga mat, but these are just out of budget at the moment. My current mat was a $4 one from KMart, and it’s been serving me well in most classes – until I sweat and start slipping everywhere.

Finally, a mash of random veggies and chicken… and desserts galore. It doesn’t look like much, but it was awesome:

  • 1/4 peanut butter chocolate cheesecake (another one of my Top 5 desserts of all time! This had the richest chocolate peanut butter ganache to ever hit my taste buds.)
  • 1/4 strawberry hazelnut baked donut (vegan and gluten-free, but I would never be able to tell!)
  • 1/4 carrot cake loaf with cream cheese frosting (loved the citrus kick in the cream cheese frosting)

Finally, Indian food. Cassie (love the new blog look, by the way!), how lucky am I to have an incredible, inexpensive, Indian food place directly downstairs of my building?! They serve plenty of gluten-free and vegan options as well, and never cook with preservatives or MSG. I’ve lived in Brisbane for about a month, and have visited A Night in India three times. Each time, I order a large serving of the palak paneer, saffron rice, and garlic and cheese naan. It’s to die for. Seriously. I’d die for this spinach curry.

On a different note, I found this online (Facebook?) and it made me think. Sometimes, I don’t feel physical hunger in my stomach, but feel weak and need a blast of energy. I’d love to see some scientific studies done on hunger cues and hormones.

That’s it for this lovely Thursday, mes amis!

Peace out ✌️

Before Brisbane

Good Friday morning, everyone!

I’m writing this from 40,000 feet because I am currently on a flight from my home in Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada) to Brisbane, Queensland (Australia). It is a 15-hour flight, and I just have an hour to go. I just ate a large square of chocolate peanut butter banana snack bread that I packed, alongside a tasty red bean moon cake that my Grandma bought for me.

It was a mostly peaceful flight – only a little turbulence and one little crying baby. I got as much sleep as I could in these tiny Economy seats (probably 7 hours?) before working on some projects on my laptop. I didn’t bring a book with me this time, though I wish packing either Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard, or it’s sequel, Glass Sword.

Now, one of my favourite things to do on an airplane is to go on a virtual rant of all my thoughts and expectations of the place I’m headed. It makes for a fun list to look back on, once the experience is over.

  • I am most excited about aerials. I can’t wait to learn aerial straps. I know I’m probably not strong enough at this point to do any real tricks on the straps, but I figure the worst that can happen is I get stronger for the silks. My goal is to take 10 lessons, one per week, throughout my time in Brisbane.
  • I am taking 5 courses, which are science/health/psychology related. I hope I still have enough time for training in aerials and yoga, so if academics becomes too much, I will drop a course.
  • For my classes, some have tutorials and practicals. I am a little confused about it since every week seems to be different, according to the weekly schedule online. It doesn’t seem to follow Waterloo’s A-B-A-B weekly schedule. I hope this is clarified during orientation.
  • I hope my roommate, Jessica, and I will become good friends (like how Madhulika, Arsalan, and I still stay in touch from our 2 years together in Waterloo)
  • I live roughly 25 minutes from school, which is a bit of a long walk in the heat.
  • The only things I have for note-taking are my laptop and one notebook, plus some colourful pens. I’m looking forward to note-taking and studying, since it’s been 7 months since I was last in school.
  • In Australia, I am going to eat very healthy, light foods because it’s summer!
  • I live 3 minutes from Zama Yoga, so I’m excited to do lots of yoga. They have Pilates, Barre, Hot Vinyasa, Dance Cardio, and one that I think will be my favourite – Warm Slow Flow Yoga.
  • I am looking forward to making new friends and getting to know new people.

Other things from lately:

Family had brunch at Brown’s Social House. There, we enjoyed nachos before everyone’s main dishes came. My entree was the prosciutto eggs benedict, and this was one of the best English muffin benedicts that I’ve had (I normally like biscuit benedicts). The flavour of the hollandaise was very unique, and I adored the Cowboy Salad on the side, which was topped with plenty of walnuts, chopped dates, edamame, black beans, carrots, grape tomatoes, and feta cheese.

Seline and I did plenty together. We love reading in Chapters, and scanning the summaries of novels to see which ones might be great. Also, I got a manicure with her! Seline helped me choose the colour, which is pink with lots of shine. Manicures always make me feel so clean and polished (I didn’t even intend this pun).

Seline’s birthday was on Saturday, February 4! We celebrated with lots of helium balloons and a Dairy Queen ice cream cake that read “Have a claw-some purr-thday, Christopher Shaw!”. Inside joke.

Another day, I went to the gym and then to Ikea with my dad, where we purchased a lovely chef’s knife which is currently also on its way to Australia. I can’t wait to use it!

Finally, I had an excellent sushi dinner with my sister, Seline, at her favourite Coquitlam sushi place called Sushi Karis. I had the fatty tuna aburi sushi and snapper aburi sushi. Seline had the beef ramen, and then we ordered three rolls. All the rolls were delicious, but I’m such a sucker for seared scallops that I’d say the Master Roll was my favourite.

  1. MASTER ROLL – California roll topped with seared scallops and mustard sauce
  2. VICTORIA ROLL – Yam tempura sushi with avocado and unagi sauce
  3. SPIDER ROLL – Soft-shell crab on top of a California roll, made with black rice (this gave it a striking appearance, but the flavour was the same)

Now I have to fill out my landing card details, so until then!

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Adventures with Seline: UBC

Flashback to mid-summer 2017 ☀☀☀

Today, I don’t feel like writing will let the pictures do the talking.

Mom Meal

PNE at Playland

False Creek Caravan Show

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Backyard and walking my dog with Mom

Beaty Biodiversity Museum at UBC

Seline and the legendary whale fossil

One More Sushi (UBC Campus) and Rain or Shine ice cream (also on the UBC campus)

Nitobe Gardens

Museum of Anthropology

UBC Campus Bookstore/Gift Shop and gardens

Miss you, Seline! I can’t wait for another one of our fun outings.

 

A Seriously Cool Day

Yesterday was one of the most exciting days of my summer so far. For one, I started the day with two delicious sweet potato waffles topped with nut butter, and honeyed Greek yogurt on the side. I’m enjoying the last few cartons of berries that we have, before they are completely out of season and too pricey. I am officially in love with waffles – goodbye, pancakes! For now. If only I could bring the waffle maker to Ontario with me in a couple of weeks!

My sister, Seline, and I went downtown. We always map out our walking route, in case it gets too hot and we don’t feel like walking more than we should. Yesterday, we hit all of the spots in the photo on the right.

For lunch, we visited Guu Original Thurlow in Vancouver, where Seline had the teriyaki chicken don (bowl), served over rice with pickled vegetables, nori (seaweed), miso soup, and a cold soba noodle salad.

My lunch was equally delicious: seared saba mackerel with rice, miso soup, and the side of the day, which was the cold soba noodle salad. I loved the soba noodles and wish I cooked them at home more often.

After that, we went to Faubourg Paris, where we met up with author Jeyn Roberts. If we’ve talked in the last two weeks, you’ll know that I am completely infatuated by her novel When They Fade, about a murdered girl’s afterlife and her determination to save a bullied girl.

I felt so lucky to have the opportunity to ask numerous questions about the book, her writing process and writing environment, influences, and others. We learned so much about her incredible experiences, and felt honoured to receive copies of her other novels, Dark Inside, Rage Within, and The Bodies We Wear. We couldn’t thank her enough. ❤

Completely random side note for Vancouver foodies: the strawberry-banana smoothie, and the London Fog tea latte at Faubourg Paris (Robson/Hornby) are absolutely delicious, and I’d highly recommend them both.

But, even more than a cup of tea, I’d recommend reading this book. How can you refuse such a beautiful cover and intriguing storyline? My sister, who loves romance novels, was satisfied with the very believable, and very cute, relationships that develop in this book. You will fall in love with these characters, I promise.

I also changed my laptop’s wallpaper to Buntzen Lake, one of the most beautiful places in BC, in my opinion. I hope my family will be able to make some time to see Buntzen soon.

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That’s it for today! Have a beautiful, beautiful weekend.

From Thanksgiving to Healthy Blueberry “Buttermilk” Pancakes

Happy belated Thanksgiving, my Canadian friends!

I hope you all had an incredible day full of great food, laughter, and special moments with family and friends. I’m writing this as I enjoy my breakfast – whole wheat pita bread with a ton of melted butter, scrambled eggs with cheddar and spinach, and yogurt with peanut butter, raspberries, granola, and some chocolate banana bread. I always tend to go a little overboard with breakfast on days that I don’t have school. Since yesterday was Thanksgiving, students at the University of Waterloo also get Tuesday and Wednesday off to make a full “reading week”. I’m planning to spend the next couple of days just relaxing!

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Mom made a pseudo-Thanksgiving dinner that involved bone broth, pumpkin pie from Superstore, two pizzas and Church’s chicken, and a big, beautiful salad. Those crackers look kind of interesting, too.

At my friend Mary’s house, the table was set beautifully. I loved the cornucopia centrepiece and fall-accented tablecloth.

This was my first plate! I definitely had seconds. Moving clockwise from 12:00 – mashed acorn “pepper” squash, roasted turkey breast, steamed broccoli and cauliflower, apple and butternut squash hash, roasted sweet potatoes, raw carrot and green beans, the best celery-bacon-bread stuffing I’ve ever tasted, and strawberry jello with pineapple. The stuffing and squash mashes were incredible. What did you enjoy for Thanksgiving dinner?

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We’re kind of moving back in time here, but a couple days ago I enjoyed chocolate oatmeal with peanut butter and a serving of yogurt with fruit for breakfast.

I had my first Skype interview! It was done in a big room with six cubicles. All the interviewees got to wear headsets with microphones to speak to the hiring managers. My interview was around 30 minutes long, and I loved getting to meet my potential boss and some of her colleagues. It was a cool experience, but I didn’t like how the camera was much higher than the screen. It made “eye contact” a little awkward! Have you ever done a Skype interview?

For some reason, I thought it would be a good idea to snap photos of my oatmeal on my bed? Pumpkin oats are finally IN now!

Another day I had whole wheat bread with smashed avocado, a delicious filet of spicy salmon, and some roasted brown sugar squash. An amazing lunch!

LASAGNA! ❤ This vegetarian lasagna was made with heaps of zucchini, mushrooms, and peppers, along with a whole box of spinach and fresh ricotta cheese and a ball of mozzarella. I had this two days in a row and froze the rest. YUM.

And pumpkin baked oatmeal was made and enjoyed for a couple days! This recipe serves 2, and you can use either rolled oats or quick oats. I found a vegan recipe since I was out of eggs and was pleased by how tasty this was.

Simple Vegan Pumpin Baked Oatmeal
  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • 1/2 tbsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tbsp chia seeds
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 cup pumpkin puree
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Grease baking dish.
  2. Whisk together all ingredients and mix well. Fold in raisins or nuts, if desired.
  3. Bake for 35 minutes, or until golden brown.

My sister’s best friend, Brianna, delivered a tray full of banana bread and pumpkin sugar cookies to Seline. They loved these, and it inspired me to bake something with the rest of my ripe bananas!

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I made my go-to recipe for chocolate banana squares. I still have a hard time believing this amazing vegan recipe is low-sugar, oil/butter-free, and made with whole wheat flour. Granola was also made, this time using quick oats, maple syrup and coconut oil, and walnuts. I love, love, love this granola recipe.

Some of it was jarred and given to the Zach family (Mary’s family). I told you, we’re going in a weird order today… reverse chronological?!

Needless to say, I had a ton of dishes to wash afterwards, so I enjoyed washing them while watching Mockingjay Part II on my laptop. Have you guys seen that movie? Thoughts? PS: watching something while doing dishes makes it much less of a chore 🙂

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Another day, I thought I would take a nap at 6:00 PM, wake up in an hour, and then cook a delicious salmon filet. I must have been incredibly tired because I didn’t wake up until 9:00 PM, and it was so dark outside! Oops. Instead, I rolled groggily out of bed and felt instantly refreshed once I smelled this simple red curry with eggplant, mushrooms, spinach, and red pepper cooking… in the microwave. I also thanked past Cindy for making this!

A couple days ago, I tried a new recipe for pancakes. I made the following changes:
– halved the recipe
– replaced banana with a whole egg (instead of half an egg)
– greased pan with butter
– added a pinch of salt
– used frozen blueberries
– used oat flour instead of whole oats, since I don’t have a blender
– used just a sprinkle of cinnamon
– enjoyed with maple syrup

Next time, I will add more blueberries since it was easy to flip. I will also add more cinnamon next time.

It tasted like a buttermilk pancake in flavour, but the texture was a bit creamier, gummier, and was fragrant like oats. I loved it and will be making this recipe again. I highly recommend it if you’re a pancake lover like me! Next time, I might also experiment with other fruit like raspberries or even chocolate chips.

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Next time, I will add more blueberries since it was easy to flip. I will also add more cinnamon next time. It tasted like a buttermilk pancake in flavour, but the texture was a bit creamier, gummier, and was fragrant like oats. I loved it and will be making this recipe again. I highly recommend it if you’re a pancake lover like me! Next time, I might also experiment with other fruit like raspberries or even chocolate chips.

Still, absolutely 100% deliciousness.

A different recipe this time, but still using oat flour. I think I may have cooked these too long or over-mixed the batter, because it was quite firm and hard to chew. The flavour was excellent though, so I think the recipe just needs a bit of tweaking.

Last Friday, I went to downtown Toronto for my interview at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. The best part of the day was going to Rahier in the morning for an earl grey tea latte and an almond croissant.

I was walking down the street to the hospital when I noticed another bakery – Patisserie LaCigogne, so I HAD to indulge in another croissant. Yup, I had two decadent chocolate almond croissants in less than an hour. It was a sweet day, literally and figuratively.

Mom Meals! Does anything catch your eye here? For me, it’s the MUFFINS and that kabocha soup! It’s crazy how much you can do with kabocha. Here in Waterloo, it’s called “buttercup squash”. I’ve made curries and pancakes out of kabocha, but there are a million other uses that you can read about here. Yes, kabocha pudding is a thing – and leave it to Miss SuperFitBabe to invent that!

I don’t know why I love these photos so much. It’s crazy what good-ish lighting can do for a food shot! I made a red eggplant curry with spinach and served it on quinoa, with lots of peanuts. Yummy.

Dessert was arguably yummier, with raspberries, peanut butter yogurt, granola, and a square of chocolate banana bread.

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More squash and more salmon – I ended up standing over the sink, stuffing squash into my mouth before I had to head out the door! These were ADDICTIVE.

Skies are cool.

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On a different note, I wrote an article a while back about my time in Nepal, and how doing yoga there was different from yoga here in North America. This was for a Yoga Teacher Training assignment, and I was lucky to have my article actually published by both Yoga Today, Yoga Anonymous, and Gaiam! For some reason, I’m super proud of that 🙂

This infographic was neat!

And something punny that I found on Facebook 🙂

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That’s it for today! Hope everyone has a great rest of the week. Can’t believe the weekend is already here!

PS: check out the world’s most random tags that I used for this post 😛

Sweet Recipes x3, Sushi x2, and Monday with Rae

Banana-nut butter toast as I write this 🙂

Alternative Title: This Should Be 3 Separate Posts But It’s Not

  • Miso soup with tofu
  • Green tea

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Sushi is my love.

  • Alaska Roll with avocado and sesame sauce
  • Rainbow roll with avocado, tuna, and salmon, crabmeat and avocado

Mmmm, look at all of that avocado! I learned that I LOVE inari, which is stuffed bean curd.

  • Mango frozen yogurt
  • Frozen yogurt parfait with homemade cookie crumbs, cream puff, sliced almonds, cereal, organic pumpkin flax granola

My parfait on the right was filling, tangy, crunchy, and absolutely delicious. A great way to end the outing!

Mom made lasagna and caesar salad that night, as well as beef noodles inspired by something we saw at a Japanese festival.

At the Japanese festival that we went to a couple weeks ago, there were lots of performers who sang and danced, as well as tons of vendors.

I made quiche one of those days and served it on a bed of quinoa with spinach and cheddar.

Desserts! Check out these three beauties, from top to bottom or right to left:

  • London Fog vanilla cake
  • Blueberry-almond cake
  • White chocolate cheesecake

Earl Grey Cake

Lightly adapted from: http://siftandwhisk.com/blog/earl-grey-cake-with-chocolate-lavender-frosting/

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 vanilla bean
  • 4 bags Earl Grey tea
  • 3 cups (360 g) all-purpose flour
  • 2.5 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp finely-ground Earl Grey tea leaves
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 cup (225 g) unsalted butter, room temperature
  • 2 cups (400 g) granulated sugar
  • 4 large eggs, room temperature

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Add milk to saucepan. Split vanilla beans and scrape seeds into milk. Add pod to saucepan and simmer over medium heat. Remove pan from heat. Add tea bags and steep, covered, for 20 minutes. Remove tea bags and squeeze to get as much liquid as possible into the milk. Remove vanilla bean pod. Re-measure milk, and if it has reduced, add enough milk to make a full 1 cup. Cool to room temperature.
  2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease cake pan and add parchment paper.
  3. Whisk dry ingredients together (flour to salt).
  4. Cream butter and sugar until pale and fluffy, or around 6 minutes. Add eggs one at a time, mixing until fully-incorporated after each addition. Scrape sides of bowl if needed.
  5. Pour in flour in three additions, alternating with tea milk. Mix until flour is just combined.
  6. Pour batter into cake pan and bake for 40-45 minutes, or until cake tester comes out clean. Cool in pan for 15 minutes, then place on wire rack. Enjoy!

This white chocolate cheesecake was from a massive ‘Baking Masters’ book from Grandma. These were so popular!

Almond cake was my usual recipe, using almond meal and maple syrup, with extra blueberries and almond slices.

Smoked salmon quiche with Laughing Cow cheese and mozzarella

Seline busted out the deep fryer and whipped up this plate of fried chicken wings and shoestring fries – all by herself. Go Seline!

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Healthy veggie dishes prepared by Mom include bok choy, yuca, and kabocha.

Here’s that quiche again! We used a whole-wheat crust from the store. Next challenge: making my own pie crust 🙂

(We all know that’s probably never going to actually happen)

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Do you like flourless chocolate cake desserts? This was probably one of the easiest I’ve ever made.

Delicious blueberry-banana smoothie and more of the zucchini-brie quiche. So many fresh market ingredients in this meal!

Favourite Blueberry “Ice Cream”

Lightly adapted from Oh She Glows’ new cookbook!

INGREDIENTS

  • 3/4 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • 1/4 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1 large frozen banana, chopped
  • 1 tbsp cashew butter
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
  • sprinkle sea salt
  • 1/8 tsp cinnamon, or to taste

TOPPINGS

  • berries
  • hemp hearts
  • sliced banana
  • almond butter
  • coconut shreds or flakes
  • granola

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Combine ingredients in blender.
  2. Blend on high until creamy.
  3. Pour into bowl and serve with toppings.

I had sushi at Hanamori Sushi with Dad and Grandma another day. I ordered way too much for the three of us, and really stuffed myself to the maximum. I felt really uncomfortable for the rest of the day.

Lynh Cafe brunch involved bone marrow soup, mussels with garlic bread, delicious crispy French fries that I devoured, and a wonderful fish velouté for my entree. It came topped with scrambled eggs and was served with a fresh salad. You can see it in both of the right-hand side corners. I ate so much bread this day – it was irresistible with the creamy garlic mussels sauce.

A couple things made by Mom 🙂

And a random yoga picture that I found on my computer. For some reason, I never posted this?! I’m the second one from the left, wearing the blue tank top and capris. We did this way back in April and the photo’s been sitting on my desktop since. Does that ever happen to you?

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Textbooks that I’m now in the process of selling. Since taking this photo, the bottom three books are all gone! Yay!

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Bye, guys!