Asians love Asian food. Like, they will travel to other states to eat at different Chinatowns.
It is Fall, this season is all about change as the leaves turn brilliant colors around me. It is also the season for all the warm and cozy spices like cinnamon and cumin, which are BOTH in this falafel.
As the weather starts to cool down, it means it’s time for comfort foods. Is there a more comforting food than shepherds pie?
This summer has been ridiculously hot, or maybe it’s because this summer is the first I have not had central air. How hot you ask? Like surround yourself with frozen food and fans hot.
Someone told me that “football season” is starting soon. The only thing I like about football season is the food.
When we were in Thailand in January (and it was still hotter than summer is here) we took a cooking class with a chef that was on Thailand’s version of Iron Chef. He told me the keys to Thai cuisine was spicy, sour and sweet.
The last time I was making zucchini bread I was thinking, this is pretty great, but it could be awesome. I envisioned how putting a crumb top on it would really put it over the edge. So here you are, now over the edge
In the Northeast, it is getting HOT, like multiple showers a day hot. Since you really can’t escape it and I (foolishly) moved to a house without central air, popsicles were in the cards.
Since I have been trying to be healthy (which is near impossible when studying– at least for me) I have not made any bread… until now
Oriental/Japanese sweet potato is so much better than regular sweet potatoes. Maybe it is just that things with lighter flesh (like white peaches) have a more fragrant and delicate taste to them. Maybe I am totally biased.