When I first started my blog almost two years ago, I had a certain idea about what food I wanted to write about. I wanted to talk about the food I love to cook, and the food I love to eat. But there are some things I LOVE to eat, but I just don't think about as "recipes." Read more.
I can't let another holiday season pass by without writing about my favorite vegetable dish in the whole world. Roasty, toasty Brussels sprouts. The most wonderful veggie preparation of them all. If you've tried Brussels sprouts (named after the city that made them popular) and think you hate them, you don't. See the recipe.
I love fall. The crisp autumn air, the crush of fallen leaves underfoot, and the abundance of pumpkins and apples in the local grocery store. In the midst of enjoying the bounty of rich and hearty dishes at this time of year, I've noticed a peculiar thing happening in my wardrobe. You see, it's shrinking. See the recipe.
I had a barley risotto at one of my favorite restaurants not too long ago and I've been itching to try my hand at it ever since. My friend Marika told me about this delicious pesto risotto she found on her favorite vegan food blog, and I decided to adapt it using barley instead. Click for recipe.
Growing up in Fairbanks as a kid in the 80s, we didn’t exactly have access to the freshest ingredients or have the most diverse array of restaurants. Despite that, my parents did their best to expose us kids to a broad spectrum of cuisines. Or rather, their idea of a broad spectrum. Read more.
Like any good foodie, I love me some prosciutto. And baby arugula. A salad topped with dried figs, goat cheese, and a balsamic vinaigrette and I'm in heaven. A pinch of saffron to enhance color and flavor. Sometimes, even I'm just too pretentious for my own good. See the recipe.
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