After traveling Italy with my mom, I switched gears and made the move to southern France to see my friend Evelyn, who is working as a teaching assistant in Montpellier.
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
Some goods I’ve enjoyed on weekends throughout the summer: Sicilian Pasta – River Deli (one of my new favorite places in the city) Chicken Pad Thai – Spice Andaman Dumplings – SpiceArepas – Caracas American Gangster – Big Gay Ice Cream (Yes, that is the name of the ice cream store) Bea Arthur – Big Gay Ice CreamFries … More Weekend Eats in the City
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
Contrary to popular belief, I do not have a very well-rounded knowledge of food around Amherst. I was generally just very cynical of what type of gastronomical prowess I could find in the middle of nowhere Western Massachusetts (I still very much avoid the seafood and sushi). However, after having spent the Fall semester in … More Johnny’s Tavern: Classic Goodness
On my walk to classes today, I officially decided that I’m going to try a different bakery or café everyday (I’m pretty sure if my parents or personal trainers read this, they would keel over and die). But not just the famous ones – ones I happen to glimpse nestled in small, hidden streets, or … More A Pastry a Day Keeps the Doctor Away Until You Explode and Die