It all started with Michael Pollan’s Cooked Series on Netflix that was inspired by his novel; the episode “Air” had so beautifully shown how sourdough bread can be made at home and is more digestible than the packaged loafs or bread made with active dry yeast. Continue reading
Chickens tend to lay eggs less often in the winter. However, my winter CSA allowed my fridge to maintain an egg-cellent supply of farm fresh eggs; every two weeks, our not-so-much-egg-eating family was granted with two dozens of eggs.
My mornings have become nothing less than a continuous pattern: wake up, make a smoothie, eat, check my phone, get ready. When I had school, my mornings were the following: I had 30 minutes to make breakfast, eat and make … Continue reading
Mornings are meant for me time. On weekdays, I spend 30 minutes cooking breakfast and lunch for myself while on weekends, I can easily spend 4 hours whipping up breakfast, lunch, and snacks. I set aside this much time for … Continue reading
Hello there! This month, blogger Will of GreenCooking shares one of his toothsome pancake recipes. This post was originally featured on his site in June 2016.
In my kitchen, long weekends are meant for extended breakfasts. From the moment I wake up, I ponder about all the foods I can create: waffles, smoothie bowls, eggs, shakshuska, you name it! I’ll lie in bed for an extra half … Continue reading
A little while back, I talked about introducing a new breakfast dish, Miam o Fruit. If you were waiting for it, here it is! Although I already raved about it, I thought I might as well continue it’s high praise … Continue reading
When in France, I reconnected with the beloved Miam-o-fruit (recipe soon to come!) after a year or two of abandonment. What’s so great about the Miam is that I was starting off my day right and was getting a few … Continue reading
This past week has been a heck of a week. And now with the holiday season in full swing, all I need is a breakfast that will carry me until lunchtime. Avocado toasts were my go-to breakfast over the summer … Continue reading
Hello there! What better way to introduce fall than with a fall inspired post? Caroline, from Suppers in Season, knows all about eating seasonal foods. For this month’s Guest Post, Caroline shares this recipe for Beet Muffins. Fall (or Autumn as we call … Continue reading