While I was home in California neglecting you all, I made a variety of delicious Burmese dishes that I want to share with you now. Burmese food can seem a bit involved but it is delicious and worth any extra effort it may require. My mom is burmese and she has seven brothers and sisters. […]Read more "Burmese Days: Ohn no khao swè (Coconut Chicken Noodle Soup)"
K so I’m done finals, I made it home to California, and I’m all settled in with the fam…now where were we? Indian food! Right! O soul healing comfort food, o heavenly combinations of spices, how I love thee……….too much? Fine. It’s been a long week. My Indian feast was a bit of a pre-exams […]Read more "Indian Cookin Part 2: Chicken Masala"
I’m baaaaaaaaaack. These past four days have probably been the longest, worstest, and blog-less this year. Back to back papers, sub-zero temperatures, and a cold that has lingered far too long almost did me in. BUT I survived by clinging to the light at the end of the tunnel. “Once I finish this paper and […]Read more "Prodigal Chef: Mulligatawny Soup"
First things first, it snowed this weekend! Our lovely city was transformed(for about 12 hours) into a magical mystical winter wonderland! Unfortunately I was ridiculously sick so I could only gaze longingly out my window at the snow while cursing the people out having snowball fights (till 4AM!!!!) and crying/angstily blowing my nose. Twas a […]Read more "Roasting Up a Storm: Rosemary Chicken, Brussels Sprouts, and Smashed Potatoes"
So first off I have to give mad props to my roommate for coming up with this title. My idea had diverged into an obscure reference to flight of the conchords (making a pot pie…for one) but thankfully she reigned me back in. Do you get it? Flying Solo? Individual Chicken Pies? Flying? Chicken? Solo? […]Read more "Flyin Solo! Individual Chicken Pot Pies"