February 15, 2022.Reading time 4 minutes.
My Mom and I cook very similarly. That’s to say that we don’t typically follow recipes word for word. We like to cook with whatever we have on hand and just wing it. Especially when it comes to Mom’s chicken noodle soup. I was surprised by how many inquiries I’ve recieved this chilly winter season […]
April 9, 2020.Reading time 4 minutes.
Chag sameach! Happy Passover, friends! This week I’m celebrating the Jewish holiday with my family; enjoying delicious traditional foods and remembering the sacrifices our ancestors made for our freedom as Jewish people. I’m also enjoying these delicious almond flour matzo balls. I know you may not be Jewish. You may just really love mazto ball […]
January 17, 2019.Reading time 8 minutes.
I’ve spiralized plenty of veggies in my day. Sweet potatoes? Check. Carrots? Check. Zucchini? Check. Kohlrabi? Check! But today, I spiralized parsnip and turnips. WOAH. Beyond that, I think this may have been my first time (if not, still a rarity) even purchasing parsnips and turnips. Honestly, I wouldn’t have been able to tell them […]
December 28, 2018.Reading time 5 minutes.
My favorite part about eating seasonally is that it pushes me outside of my comfort zone. Cabbage is the type of vegetable I would normally only buy if I had a particular recipe in mind for it. Yet somehow, late-December, this big purple beauty ended up in my fridge with no plan. So I began […]
November 21, 2018.Reading time 6 minutes.
I’ve never made Italian Wedding soup before. I’ve also never been to a traditional Italian wedding before. Now all I wonder is if they eat this soup though! So I had to research it of course. The internet says no! Italian wedding soup is not in fact served at Italian weddings, but it’s named for […]
July 7, 2018.Reading time 1 minute.
I had always been super intimidated by ramen bowls. I think it’s that perfectly soft boiled egg that just made me think it was out of my reach. If you know me well, you know all I can really do is fry an over easy egg. Poach? Nope. Scramble? Nope. Hard boil? Nope. Soft boil? […]