HHH02 – Inte..

My interview with Emmy from Emmy Made in Japan, episode 2 of Hilah’s Happy Hour! Emmy runs this super popular and entertaining YouTube channel, producing several videos a week. Her audience sends packages of their favorite treats from all around the world and she does a fantastic job of showcasing them, tasting them and teaching a […]

HHH01 – Inte..

Rob Nixon of Nicko’s Kitchen is my podcast guest today! Nicko’s Kitchen is one of the largest YouTube channels in Australia and one of the largest cooking channels in the world. In this podcast interview, I talk to Rob about the olden days of YouTube, aviation, Australian cuisine, how to get McDonald’s to send you a […]

HHH00 – Inte..

My very first podcast! So new that I called it Episode Zero! I’m interviewing my husband and business partner Christopher Sharpe, producer of both my channel and Yoga with Adriene. He’s the author of YouTube Black Book: How to Create a Channel, Build and Audience and Make Money on YouTube. He also runs a group for […]

Slow-Cooker Navy B..

I love bean soups. Soup might be my favorite way to eat beans (besides refried, of course). This slow-cooker navy bean soup came together because I’ve been trying to clear out my pantry and I found a half-pound of navy beans in there just lounging about. So I turned them into a vegetarian navy bean […]

Taco Pockets! Home..

I’m calling these “taco pockets” because it has a nice ring to it, but they’re really just homemade Hot Pockets. Except I don’t think Hot Pockets has a “taco” flavor; or at least they didn’t start out that way. I know because I used to eat a shitload of Hot Pockets when I was in […]

Roasted Chickpeas!

I got really ambitious last weekend and made us some healthy snacks to eat through the week. And boy, did we. I cooked a pound of chickpeas and made hummus with a third of them, made a quick curry for dinner with another third, and made roasted chickpeas with the last portion. It was the first time […]

Moqueca – Br..

Moqueca is a dead-simple, Brazilian seafood stew characterized by coconut milk, bell peppers and dendê oil. Dendê oil is also known as red palm oil. Red palm oil is pressed from the fruit of oil palm trees and has a beautiful bright orange-red color. Its taste is somewhat meaty; its fragrance is slightly of anise; it’s […]

2016 Recipe Round-..

So long, 2016! Don’t let the door hit you on the ass on your way out. Inspired by Nick at Macheesmo, I put together a recipe round-up of the best (and worst?) recipes I shared last year. Let’s start with the most popular and work our way down. 🙂 These are the 10 most popular videos […]

World’s Best..

It truly is the world’s best. This tuna melt recipe was shown to me by Chris, of all people. I say that because he’s not really much of a cook and it’s the only thing I can recall that he showed me in the kitchen. What makes it super special is the pineapple! Before you […]