This recipe. No cloves. Less sugar. No raisins (because raisins are ew). Perfected.
I won’t lie, this recipe takes a lot of work and patience. But it is also a wonderful way to enjoy fall. Squash and sage, wrapped in warm pasta…with a hint of contrasting texture from the crunchy walnut…perfect on a cool evening. Roasting the squash is necessary in order to puree it, but it also… Continue reading Butternut Squash-Walnut Ravioli
After weeks of boring sandwiches consisting only of a thin layer of meat and cheese on dry, boring bread, it was time for a change. The homemade bread and the fresh basil are the most important parts of this sandwich. Maybe also the banana peppers. And salami. Ok, it’s really the combination of all the… Continue reading Toasted Italian Subs with Homemade Bread
This dish took a different turn than expected, but I believe it became much better than the original. Originally, I was supposed to roast zucchini, onion, and tomatoes and add it to couscous with feta, basil, and lemon. I’m sure that would have been tasty, but I decided I wanted more roasted eggplant. Then I… Continue reading Eggplant Couscous
The flavour of these are amazing. They are so moist and have an abundance of juicy blueberries in them. However, I seem to have lost some of the “muffin” quality. Despite reducing the amount of yogurt, somehow these were still extremely moist. So moist that I could not safely store them on the counter, because… Continue reading Banana-Coconut Blueberry Muffins | Attempt II
Peach salsa. I finally made it! Too bad the peaches were not quite ripe enough yet. Otherwise, it was all delicious. I bought and used a fresh jalapeno pepper for the first time…and even splurged on fresh cilantro. (The poor college kid in me is still alive and thriving, despite finally being graduated and having… Continue reading Peach Salsa and Fish Tacos
On the same trip to the Asian market that I gathered supplies for sushi, I also purchased some spring roll wrappers. It is amazing how sturdy, yet flexible these wrappers are! I expected them to tear and rip open or stick to the plate. None of the above happened. Somehow they held in all of… Continue reading Spring rolls