Golden Kiwi Green Smoothie Recipe

My girlfriend, Delilah, turned me on to making green or veggie smoothies and consuming them throughout the day as a way of increasing my daily dosage of fresh fruits and vegetables. I loved the idea! I’m not a big fan of getting my daily dosage of vegetables in a pill, that’s just not appealing to […]

Congee Porridge Recipe

Living in Boulder, Colorado, USA, I sometimes long for good old-fashioned congee Cantonese style. Today, I decided it was time to pen down a good recipe so I can always repeat this whenever the craving arrives. While I enjoy Taiwanese style porridge which sometimes includes sweet potatoes and thus has a slightly sweeter flavor, I […]

Fighting for Respect for Women in Nepal

This topic is personal for me as I’ve been fortunate to be acquainted with a wonderful Nepali family here in Boulder. They have invited me into their homes, cooked for me and showered me with lots of Nepali love.  

iPhone5/5S Cellphone Case with 3.5″ E-Ink EPD Display

One of my personal projects, labor of love.. a joint-venture with business partner, Neil at nBlank, check out this YouTube video I created with Daryl, thanks Daryl! I’ll be sharing progress on this project closer to product launch. If this product interests you, shoot me an email or shout out via social media. It keeps […]

Toasted Almond Ricotta Salata Green Bean Salad

I absolutely love citrus salads and am always on the lookout for more citrus recipes. For this recipe, we’ll be using haricot verts green beans. Ever see those skinny little green beans at the Farmers’ Market? They’re a French variety, also known as haricot vert, or filet beans. Haricot verts are more delicate than regular green beans and […]

Let’s Roll Some Spring Rolls

Fresh Vietnamese Spring Rolls Popular in Vietnam as a common appetizer dish, Vietnamese Spring Rolls typically consist of pork, prawn (shrimp), vegetables, herbs and bun (rice noodles or vermicelli). During the summer season, Vietnamese fresh spring rolls are popular, but these can also be served fried as well. The Vietnamese love to use fresh herbs […]

Youth Cooking Class at Out Boulder – Vietnamese Spring Rolls!

I’m excited to be teaching the Youth Cooking Class at Out Boulder for the LGBTQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Transgender, Queer and Allies) community tomorrow. We have Fresh Vietnamese Spring Rolls on the menu! The class will get to get their hands dirty, rolling 2 versions of Vietnamese Spring Rolls, one traditional style (with shrimp) and one with […]

Vote your Favorite Web Host..

If you’ve built a few web sites in your life, you’ll know that dealing with web hosts, installs, migrations, troubleshooting and downtimes can be extremely frustrating. I for one have switched web hosts several times, more than I would have liked! I’ve used iPage, Network Solutions, GoDaddy, HostGator, you name it, I’ve dealt with it. […]