There are two things in life that have the ability to make me completely speechless: food and nature.
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
If you’re bored at home on a lazy Sunday, this is the perfect thing for you!!! No words, just photos (sort of)! Here are some tasty things I’ve eaten recently:
So to get the ball rolling on my food life again, I’ll start with some of my personal recipes. They’re all absurdly easy, but hopefully they’ll give some of you fellow post-grads (or people who have a kitchen but are still relatively lazy) some dinspiration.
The last week of my internship, two of my friends super graciously hosted me from Darien and Westport, Connecticut, giving me a nice commute from the suburbs to the city. I had been living large in NYC, eating at some of the trendiest and most delicious restaurants, but I was so pleasantly surprised by my … More Chewing and Chirring in Connecticut
If only I could eat home-cooked meals all the time…
The other night, I decided to “mupload” some food pictures on Facebook. As per usual, I got generally hostile comments such as “DIE” or “I hate you.” I chuckled a little to myself and went to bed. The next morning, I woke up and something was a little off. A little become a lot and … More Karma and 14 Things I’d Rather Be Eating Right Now
My host family had asked me if I wanted to cook Korean food one night, and I was obviously more than happy at the chance to cook for them since they have been feeding me all semester and to give them a taste of Korea!! So we scheduled it for tonight, December 12. I had … More Korean Dinner for My Host Family
Assortment of Pastries – Monoprix Homemade Lamb Homemade Ratatouille Montréal Bagel – Bagels & Brownies Crepe with Sugar – Le Départ de St. Michel Vanilla, Olive Oil, Rose Guimauve (Marshmallow) – Pain de Sucré Caesar Salad – Villa Spicy Crepe Bolognaise – Crepe Stand, St. Michel area
Hey – what’d you have for dinner? Oh me? I had homemade Beef (Boeuf) Bourgignon. It’s a savory beef stew braised in a rich, red wine sauce. It’s like I’m in France or something. Why would you ever choose to be a vegetarian?