Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potato Salmon Cakes with Tzatziki

So, school is pretty amazing so far. It’s crazy to finally take classes that I actually find interesting…which probably should have been a hint to me in my undergrad days, but I guess you live and you learn. I literally have a class on the science of food and cooking, with a weekly lab that [read more →]

Three Bean and Corn Chili

Happy new year! I’m back from my unintentional blog hiatus…and my new year’s resolution is to blog more regularly. I’ve missed it. I can’t believe what a whirlwind year of change 2013 was for me. In the very beginning of last year, Matt and I were living in Somerville and not quite sure what the [read more →]

Matt and I usually split up dinner duty. He’ll cook Monday and Tuesday, for example, and I’ll take Wednesday and Thursday. Last week, I had plans for one of “my” nights to cook a bok choy and noodle stir fry. I had gone to the Japanese market on my way home from class to pick [read more →]

For me, it doesn’t get much better than a sweet potato hash for breakfast. I’ve been trying to make it something that’s quick and easy to throw together when I wake up because if something seems too complicated to make when I first roll out of bed, I just won’t do it. I’ll just make [read more →]

Samosa Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

I wasn’t really sure what to call this recipe. These “samosa stuffed sweet potatoes” aren’t actually stuffed with samosas (that might be weird), but rather with the flavors of a samosa filling. I know…samosas aren’t usually made with sweet potatoes. I guess I’m sort of using the word samosa loosely. The flavors are reminiscent of [read more →]

Trying to make the perfect gnocchi has become a bit of an obsession in my house…and we have a freezer full of homemade gnocchi to prove it. I’ve learned that the key to making them light and fluffy is to add as little flour and egg as possible. This week I set out to make [read more →]

My typical Sunday consists of rolling out of bed at around noon (I’m still not a morning person) and heading to brunch, usually at Posto. Last weekend I actually planned ahead and bought ingredients to make brunch. Why don’t I think of that more often? It’s cheaper, and has got to be healthier than eating [read more →]

Once again, I may have gotten overly ambitious when planning my dinners for this week. I was up late last night cooking, but it was totally worth it (and really, it was my fault for starting too late). I had a couple of frozen pork tenderloins in the freezer and I remembered a delicious recipe [read more →]

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