Scallions

I get giddy whenever I pick up our weekly CSA box. I’m sure the excitement will wear off after awhile (maybe). This week we got huge bags of braising mix and mesclun, along with red Russian kale, scallions, bok choy, head lettuce, fennel, cilantro and green garlic. Tonight’s CSA-inspired meal featured the scallions. Matt and [read more →]

I didn’t grow up in the south, but I did grow up eating my dad’s hoppin’ john every new years day. It’s supposed to bring you good luck for the year – and while I’m not necessarily superstitious, I’m not one to break with tradition, either. My dad’s version always involved some kind of smoky [read more →]

I know what you’re thinking. Savory oatmeal? Let me explain. I’m really not a sweet breakfast person. I usually have an egg sandwich, or a regular sandwich even. Sometimes I’ll just eat leftovers from the night before. Oatmeal? Not so much. I go through phases where I try to get myself to like it. It’s [read more →]

Now that my vacation is over, I’m back on the road for work again. I flew to DC on Monday morning and was looking for something fast, healthy and comforting to make after work. It’s not too often that I come across a recipe that is both healthy AND comforting, but Martha Rose Shulman’s recipe [read more →]

Ensalada Rusa

I usually dread office potlucks. However, my client in Miami had a thanksgiving potluck last week and I was actually intrigued. Most of the people at this office are from South or Central America, so they made things like rice and beans, plantains, and flan. It was – dare I say – tasty! My contribution [read more →]

Grilled Scallions with Romesco Sauce

Spring onions with Romesco sauce is a popular Catalan combination. I couldn’t find spring onions at the store last weekend, so we did the same thing with scallions on the 4th of July. It turned out to be a great recipe for summer grilling. There are tons of recipes out there for Romesco. It’s typically [read more →]

Sesame Noodles and Grilled Veggies

Barbeque season has officially begun and I couldn’t be happier about it. My friend Matty had a Memorial Day BBQ last weekend and it was the perfect opportunity to make some awesome bbq fare. My roommate Katie and I decided to make grilled balsamic vegetables and cold sesame noodles. Sesame Noodles This recipe is slightly [read more →]

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