Au contrite, mes amies

My January was comprised of homework, homework, school work, work, working, yoga, yoga?, yes yoga, job hunting, “I’m about to graduate” panic attacks, and NO COOKING. Yes, I’ve fallen victim to the chronic… Continue reading

Heaven is a breakfast taco

It is completely agreeable to hate tacos. Really. What doesn’t fly, however, is the complete absence of an opinion. Indifference, yes, that is our culprit. Akin to politics and how you take your… Continue reading

Kitchen Triumphs

Everybody knows that kitchen triumphs are the best types of triumphs. Nothing beats the feeling of successfully brewing your first cup of cappuccino, completely solo! Soon enough I’ll be drawing bunny rabbit designs… Continue reading

Chickpea Enchiladas- Love in a Tortilla

Ahh, chickpeas! I have a hard time writing about chickpeas, because I really really love them. I just don’t know how to appropriately convey all my gratitude towards this wondrous little food into… Continue reading

A Love Affair with Falafel

The last time I had falafel I was in Paris. It was an absolute dream, that day of some months ago. A chilly morning set in motion with sips of chocolat chaud in… Continue reading

General Tso’s Tofu Sub

Damian had asked me to make General Tso’s tofu a while back, and to be honest I really didn’t want to. Allow me to clarify: I really didn’t want to just make General Tso’s tofu. I wanted to make… Continue reading

Salted Caramel Pie

Just typing that title made my mouth water… This past weekend my roommate and I turned twenty-two. And I baked a salted caramel pie. Somehow it’s difficult to determine which one of those… Continue reading

Sweet Potato & Chickpea Curry

It was “cold” yesterday in Orlando. Now, cold in central Florida is not your average winter temperature drop. Nope. Cold simply means that you can wear long sleeves and not sweat profusely. It’s… Continue reading

Beet & Goat Cheese Risotto

Beets, goat cheese and pistachios. I love each of those ingredients individually but together they harmoniously create a sweet, creamy and crunchy trio so irresistible to the palate. The idea of combining the… Continue reading

A Grilled Lunch

I’m back in Orlando. Back to work, school, writing endless papers, and a nearly empty fridge. The latter ails me the most. While furiously composing literary works of art, my mind drifts back… Continue reading