Yogurt

Long time no talk! I guess I fell out of the blogging routine over the past few months… Life has been busy, but great. My nutrition program has been flying by and I’ll be applying to dietetic internships before I know it. While I think this blog will always be primarily a food and recipes [read more →]

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 →]

I got too busy with school this week to even write about what we got in our CSA, and that’s a shame because we got some great stuff. Fresh peas, broccoli, beets, swiss chard, kohlrabi, fennel, summer squash, garlic scapes, dill, and, thankfully, not too much lettuce. Somehow, we made it through almost all of [read more →]

Matcha, Mango, and Ginger Smoothie

The February issue of Bon Appetit this year featured several recipes using matcha. Matcha is essentially green tea powder, but it’s supposedly even healthier than brewed green tea because you consume the entire green tea leaf. I spotted it at my local Japanese market recently and didn’t think twice before putting it in my basket. [read more →]

I’m going to be honest. I’ve been in a serious blog rut lately. Something about all of the traveling I’ve been doing has left me uninspired in my own kitchen, and all of the writing about dining out has just served as a reminder of how little I have been cooking lately. When I have [read more →]

Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs

I kind of went all out with Easter food this year, or at least what I consider Easter food (what, people don’t make paella on Easter?) :). I made lamb on Saturday night and the paella on Sunday, along with some appetizers for both days. I wasn’t going to go an Easter without having deviled [read more →]

To ease the burden of traveling for work every week, I finally started booking hotel rooms with kitchens. My new three month assignment is Miami – which is lovely and all, and not short of dining options – but I still miss being able to cook and eat my own food.         [read more →]

Doubles

While brainstorming “tropical” things to cook for dinner on the night of the hurricane, Matt thought of a dish he had tried called Doubles. They’re a street food from Trinidad and Tobago that he described to me as spicy, curried chickpeas sandwiched between fried flatbreads and served with a variety of hot sauces and chutneys. [read more →]

I was contemplating breakfast on my walk home from the gym the other morning and started craving smoked salmon. I had to stick with my standard ham sandwich breakfast that morning (yeah, I eat lunch food for breakfast), but I went to the grocery store after work and crafted this smoked salmon and goat cheese [read more →]

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