Yoga on the beach is one of my favorite ways to challenge my core. Balancing on the sand is tough and after 60 minutes in the sunshine I’m ready for refreshment. Pescatarians eat a plant-based diet and fruit is a favorite treat! Fruta con chile y limón (fruit with chili and lemon) always hits the spot. Once you try this… View Post
I was doing my usual weekly shopping when out of the corner of my eye I saw a gorgeous orange cauliflower looking straight at me. Calling my name. So I bought it. For $2.99. Later that afternoon, I poured through my recipe book to find a new thing to do with this delicious vegetable. Au gratin? Steamed? Riced? I had… View Post
This is my version of fast food! I had the pleasure of sharing this recipe during a cooking demo on KTLA. Thanks to my meal prep habits, I typically have these ingredients in my refrigerator. You can use fresh or frozen crab for this dish, but know that it also works great with cooked salmon, chopped clams, squid and shrimp…. View Post
Thanks to my show The Posh Pescatarian, I travel pretty regularly. Sometimes for a few days, but often for weeks at a time. Being on the road is a lot of fun and I often crave new sights and sounds. Some call it wanderlust. Meeting new people, eating good food and exploring new cities are real passions of mine. But… View Post
This post is inspired by my three sisters who recently fell into food ruts. Have you ever fallen into a food rut or are you currently in one? In this case rut = boredom. By nature we tend to go with what is familiar and frankly, easy – brown rice, roasted fish, steamed broccoli, teriyaki sauce, olive oil, hard-boiled eggs…. View Post
This seafood moqueca recipe will have you feeling like your toes are in the sand in Rio!