Priscilla Leong
Passionate about food, travelling, and combining the two any chance I get! Madagascar • Montréal • Salt Lake City 🇲🇬🇨🇦🇺🇸

Chilled Tomato and Peach Soup with Coconut Jalapeño Ice Cubes

My Recipes
Grilled Sweet Potatoes Arugula Salad
Keeping the holiday spirit, with this warm salad made with grilled sweet potatoes, pomegranate, arugula and crunchy hazelnuts.
Welcoming our new baby girl into our life has me taking a little break from Instagram. I couldn’t resist sneaking away into the kitchen today while she napped, to make some treats for everyone. Especially myself!
Mama Leong arrived last night from Montreal and brought us some poppy seeds and sesame bagels!!! I've been craving them for months! #montrealbagels #thebest
I'm so glad that the farm down the street still has a bunch of these juicy peaches. Just had the last one in this yogurt bowl. I will have to go buy some more to can them up for the upcoming seasons. Happy weekend everyone!
Freshly picked from the garden. So sweet and tasty. One of many reasons I love summer so much.
Sometimes, a simple crème brûlée can make a birthday lady happy. Happy Birthday @elinorskeie ! 🎂🎉🎁
A cheesy omelette, complimented with heirloom cherry tomatoes, bacon and avocado toast. A good way to start the long weekend and fuel to clean the house! 😜
Mini chocolate eclairs and choux à la crème to bring to a friend's house for dinner tonight. I hope they like cream puffs or eclairs, or I'm screwed!
You know that feeling when you slice into a perfectly cooked egg? You can see the yolk pouring over your toast, and can almost taste the delicious mix of flavors. Ah.... to be pregnant and not get that taste!! There are many foods I'm looking forward to eating again, and a well cooked egg is right at the top. #notmine #pregnantlife
Every place you go, you happen upon food that’s unique to that place. One of the great joys of cooking is it is a chance to travel back to all those places, whenever you want. It doesn’t always have to be an exotic dish, filled with rare ingredients either. Sometimes it doesn’t even have to be cooked. It can be a single, simple fruit. Like a peach.