I don’t even remember how this recipe came about. I think it may have started from some leftover cooked quinoa. And I probably had read something similar a while back. So I tried to throw things together and came up with
I’m yet to write a post about my life-saver Instant Pot, which is my 2nd most important kitchen gadget after the Vitamix. I’ve been cooking so much in the Instant Pot that I forget to take photos or write about it.
I love Indian street food. In fact, much to my mum’s frustration that Mr. FauxRunner shares, I could survive on street food for breakfast, lunch AND dinner. Pav Bhaji is one of my favorites. Pav Bhaji is an Indian street food
I don’t eat eggs, but my minions do and Mr. FauxRunner loves them. A full egg brunch is one of the few things that keeps my 10yo full for a long time, else her super high metabolism hits her with
I started riding long (3-4hrs) in May. Everytime around the 2.5hr mark, I’d get tired. I kept attributing every bonk to my lack of bike strength – I had only just started riding (on the the trainer at first) since mid-January. After
Last year (or the year before) I read about the idea of picking a word of the year that influences you from Amanda at Run to the Finish. With my focus this year being on Augusta 70.3 and trying to manage
When Courtenay at Running with Perseverance asked for mango recipes, I knew I had to dwell in to some of my favorite Indian ones. While it might be a tad exotic for my US friends, I grew up loving the sweetness and