I think unconventional risottos might be my favorite new thing.
After I made my asparagus israeli couscous risotto, I knew that I had to tackle another grain, because rice is just so passé….
Waste has been on my mind a lot this year.
I’m pretty active in the sustainability scene on campus, and thinking more critically about my waste in and outside of class has led me to one main conclusion….
I’ve never had cable tv, so I definitely missed out on the Food Network obsession phase that I know many food bloggers go through (or are still in).
So when Masterchef premiered on Fox, it became my obsession. I learned so much about how disastrous baking is under a time crunch, and I discovered that the sure-fire way to impress Gordon Ramsay is to use one ingredient multiple ways….
You know it’s midterms week when you let a post publish without writing, well, anything.
For those of you reading these words, this won’t make much sense, but earlier today, I woke up to realize that this post had been published, but only the pictures and recipe!…
You know that college student trope of living off ramen? Yeah, I never really got that.
No, no, it’s not like I’m saying I’m the health queen at school (I think the lady at the late night falafel truck definitely knows me by face…), but noodles and noodle soup are definitely something that I like to make myself.
I’m calling it right now, this is the prettiest salad you’ll ever eat.
Raw beets just do the most gorgeous things when it comes to color, am I right?…
Happy Monday, people!
Today is an eventful day- preregistration for my first-ever college courses begins and AP scores come out! Plus, it’s a day of rest after an incredibly successful performance by one of my closest friends on Sunday (sitting through hours of those rehearsals and not even dancing was worth it!)…
I never liked jam much, until I tried it with other flavors.
Raspberry and chocolate? To die for. Apricot and coconut? The best. Blackberry and lime? Well. You can see for yourself….