I never understood this fascination that people have with melted cheese in between two starches. Grilled Cheese? Not a fan. Quesadilla? The blander Mexican inspired cousin to grilled cheese. No wonder children love quesadillas… Continue reading
Back home, my family is apart of a CSA that provides us with a weekly delivery of vegetables from the area. Having a CSA inspired me to cook with seasonal vegetables that I might not have bought at the store or market, one of those being asparagus. I have always admired the lean green stalks but never thought that I would be cooking with them on a weekly basis. 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.
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?
This upcoming Tuesday, May 31st, is the 2nd birthday of International Palate. As you may remember, last year we celebrated the 1st year on the blog with the post Homemade Herbed Pasta. Pasta is still (and will always be) my … Continue reading
Everywhere I look, I see green! Whether it is outside my window and it’s the trees and grass and plants or whether it’s on my plate and it’s the salads and vegetables. Well, I’m not complaining because that just means … Continue reading
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It finally feels like spring has arrived in DC. The weather is warmer, flowers are blooming, birds are chirping and markets are bustling. At this time of year, you start finding abundance of asparagus. Asparagus…
Happy Friday! A few weeks ago, the official start to Spring came along, but not with the most favorable weather. From day to day, there was a rapid shift in temperatures. In Arlington, we got snow one Saturday and two … Continue reading
It’s hard to tell what season it is by walking into a grocery store. These days, we can find all sorts of summer berries in the dead of winter and winter root vegetables in the summer. If you go to … Continue reading