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)"
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"
I’d like to start this post by giving a shout out to all my freaky friends that can’t eat gluten, dairy, meat, etc. This soup is for you. After hanging out with some of yall this weekend and talking about your various food allergies I decided to make something that you all could eat too. […]Read more "Cause I Care: White Bean and Kale Soup"
Too really enjoy cooking, you’ve got to either have people to cook with or people to share your food with. Yes, I do enjoy making myself a nice meal every now and then and eating it alone, but the meals I enjoy the most are ones I’ve either made with or shared with friends and […]Read more "Comfort Cooking: Broccoli Soup and Red Lobster Biscuits"
Sooooo I watch the Food Network a lot…like everyday…for hours. One of my favorite shows is Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, which is basically Guy Fieri, my best friend/idol, traveling to and eating at the greatest junk food restaurants in the US. It’s on pretty much every day and I’m usually here glued to my couch […]Read more "Slow Southern Cookin Part 1: Red Beans and Rice"
Alright people, its official. This is my first real post so you’re going to have to bear with me while I get this formatting, writing, and general blogging business down. This week was particularly brutal in terms of the academics so I decided it was time to start blogging. What better way to cope […]Read more "First Time for Everything: Turkey Stock"