I’ve been meaning to learn Spanish for a very long time, and I finally downloaded the app Duolingo, which has made that possible (It is unclear if the title of this post is correct.) On another note, I’m really hungry, so as I decide whether to not be lazy and make something or to cross … More Me Gusta Comer
Full credit goes to Maddy Sung for introducing me to this delicious and healthy-ish dish. Take whatever pasta you like, some butter or olive oil as a healthy alternative, lots of cheese, and edamame and put it in a bowl. I also added sunflower seeds, which I do for pretty much everything in Val, to … More How to Make Val Decent, Take 3: Yummy Pasta!!
If you’re like my friend who gave up sweets until Halloween or like myself who lives by the mantra “butter makes everything better,” you might want a healthy dessert here and there when you do need a “palette cleanser.” I think this one is common knowledge, but I was SO thrilled (kind of) when my … More How to Make Val Decent, Take 2: A Healthy Dessert
I would give this one a title, but the title will give you the recipe. So basically, the ingredients are the recipe: Kale (Baby Kale is easier to eat) Parmesan Chips Herb Goat Cheese Avocados Raw Diced Almonds Olive Oil Lemon Juice Crumble and chop, mix everything together, and poof! You have yourself a really … More Two Really Easy Recipes
Sunday Summer Brunches have finally begun!! I arrived in Manhattan on Saturday night and the first thing I did the next morning besides wake up WAY TOO early was go to brunch with some of dearest homies. Since this is my first summer in the city, I’m not too familiar with a lot of eateries … More Sunday Brunch Reinstated: Northern Spy Food Co.
Considering the number of times I’ve driven past it and been told to go, I still hadn’t been to Esselon Café, just off of Route 9. Sometimes I think the town of Amherst exists only because the college does, so it was nice to drive a little bit out of the bubble and see people … More Esselon Café: Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free and every other Dietary Fad and Restriction