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
A day does not go by where I don’t consume a salad of any shape or size. Making salads has become second nature, and thus I don’t put as much effort in coming up with epic Sweetgreen-like combinations.
As my sister and I grow older, family vacations become more important; not only is it a time to reconnect with one another but it is also a time for us to go on new adventures and make new memories. Continue reading
After a long day of travel, a good nights rest was well over due. Yet our stomachs wouldn’t let us go to bed without tasting the wonders of the Italian cuisine. 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.
The summer air has got me suffering from wanderlust, making me yearn for vacations and for insightful adventures. At the top of my travel bucket list lies India and Italy, tied for first place. Why?
With summer on our heels, gardens around my neighborhood are blooming. Yards have become a rainbow field where plants of all sorts are eye catching; vegetables, herbs, flowers, you name it. I’m not much of a gardener but I do … Continue reading
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
Better late than never, right? I had the tips for this post prepared long ago however I never got around to posting it correctly. My studies are my top priority and I have been taking exams for my IB diploma since the first week of May. I’m so happy to be done with them all and to have more time on my hands for IP!
This month’s Guest Post comes early! Jessica and Lena, Au Pairs from Colombia, showed me how to make Tostadas con Pollo. Continue reading