As I write this, I have yet to learn how to make the proper curry. I like to think that there are two types of curries: Indian and East Asian. Both types are always on our weekly menu since they are easy to make and can use so many vegetables. I’ve been meaning to share a recipe for ages since I make it regularly but never thought that it was the right time. However, I had leftover… 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.
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
If you haven’t noticed yet, the world of vegetables as we know it has been spiraling out of control with the last gadget that’s on everyones want-list; the Spiralizer. With the spiralizer, you can make ribbons of vegetables out of any … Continue reading
As you might have noticed, I love reading other food blogs. Being a food blogger, I feel like it’s part of my duty to see what everyone else is trying. For me, I find food blogs from Saveurs Top Food Blogs, magazines, instagram, my mom and by word of mouth. Here are my top 3 food blogs I follow… Continue reading
I love bread. And I love Zucchini. Thus, I love Zucchini Bread. Back in elementary school, my school had a garden that grew all sorts of vegetables. With the food that grew,teachers would teach the younger students about nutrition and … Continue reading