Life’s about balance, right?…
This week has been a lot.
Which is why I’m opting to pop in and out with a quick (but delicious) and easy recipe that I teased on my instagram over the summer….
It’s been over a week!
I’d say I’m busy, but what’s new, we are ALL busy. So, without mincing words, I thought I’d pop in here in the midst of finals with a quick and easy comfort food recipe!…
What a truly awful week.
In the wake of the (more than) disappointing election results, it’s been hard to really focus on much of anything at all….
I’m so excited for the holidays.
I’ve been mildly homesick ever since fall break, which is a little unnatural for me, and I’ve attributed it to my longing for the holidays and all the festive baking, decorating, and music I love at home….
Oh, roasted veggies. What did I do before I knew about roasted veggies?
I used to only cook veggies by sautéeing them in canola oil, without a lick of seasoning. No wonder I wasn’t exactly a huge fan.
Nothing says the End of Summer like s’mores.
And also the fact that I’m typing this as I move into college. That might also suggest that summer is over.
Spring break is just over 10 days away, and that means I’m in full swing planning all the things I’m going to eat while I’m home!
Not only do I make use of my kitchen at home, but I always make it a priority to go to my favorite restaurants whenever I’m on break….
Watching someone experience biscoff spread, otherwise known as cookie butter, for the first time is like when a baby takes its first steps- it’s truly magical.
No, I’m not exaggerating. There’s just something so unique about the cinnamon-y, gingerbread-like flavor of speculoos spread….
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.