Kitchen Hacks – Because Why Wouldn’t You Do Things the Easy Way? Remember when Lifehacker was all the rage? I mean, I know it’s still popular, but I feel like there was a time when you couldn’t avoid a Lifehacker article, or one from a competitor website. Now content like that has shifted to videos that […]
Earlier this month, I had a visitor to my kitchen, Alysse from the blog People With Panache. She came over to interview me for her blog, and I, in turn, made some food in honor of her visit.
After finding out you can’t eat dairy or lactose anymore, it might feel like a life sentence. However, there are a lot of surprising things that are dairy-free, and each surprise you find can give you a little bit of a normal life back. Now, I don’t recommend eating some of these things on a […]
Sometimes the best recipes happen when you have to improvise. This chocolate chip recipe was born when I wanted to make cookies but didn’t necessarily check my supplies before I started. Luckily, it all worked out and they turned out delicious.
While Part I introduces us to the ins and out of nutritionism, Part II of Michael Pollan’s In Defense of Food delves into the modern Western diet and its problems. Let’s face it, there wouldn’t be books about our diet if there wasn’t something seriously wrong about the way we’re all eating. Self-help books don’t […]
Welcome to another installment of my favorite breakfast, this time featuring one of my favorite ingredients: blueberries. This is a great recipe to make in May-June, when blueberries hit the farmer’s markets.
Living with someone who can eat dairy, from time to time I am reminded of foods I’ve never eaten in my life. Some of my favorite recipes have come from my boyfriend asking me if I’ve ever tried a dairy-free version of something he loves. After him bringing up a few times that I should […]
I recently bought a powdered sugar mesh shaker (for the vegan paczki recipe specifically), and was talking about it the other night with a friend. Naturally, talking about powdered sugar gave me a hankering for french toast.
This last month, Girl Scout Cookies rolled into our office. I love the Girl Scouts, and I love their cookies, but they’re not exactly diet-friendly (why did they decide to sell them after resolutions and before Lent?)
Breakfast in our home is usually a pretty quick and basic affair – steel-cut oats, frozen Van’s waffles, toast with peanut butter, bagels from the corner bakery – but every once in awhile, especially in the winter, I like to pick up some yummy root vegetables from the indoor farmer’s market and make something really special. This […]