This is about the time of year that some college freshmen start noticing their pants are a little tighter and hiding miserably behind their coats. and some sophomores, seniors and out-in-the-real-world people too. Since this is a blog about food, I wanted to share my thoughts and tips on the subject: Read the rest of this entry
I’ve been adjusting to graduate school and not posting much because, well, mostly everything I eat is boring. I cook quick easy ordinary things for myself. But in a recent conversation I realized that quick easy things to cook for yourself are pretty handy, and recipes us fresh out of college folk don’t necessarily have mastered yet.
So! Let’s start with my favorite thing to bring for lunch recently: warm, tasty, healthy, and easy to pull together
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I’m not a magician, it will still take 20 minutes. but here are my rice asap tips:
So, you’ve graduated. You’re off in the big wide world now, a confident, competent adult. And then you find yourself asking, “Wait… how do you make rice again?”
Project of the day: newfangled comfort food
Its been a really mild winter this year! Which makes those occasional cold and/or wet days feel a little more dreary.
Those days you come home, curl up with a blanket and a cup of tea, and crave something warm and creamy for dinner. Macaroni and cheese, soup, mashed potatoes, pot pie… Everyone has their favorite. But if you’re in the mood for something new, or maybe something simpler, or really just something delicious, you have got to try baked eggs. Read the rest of this entry
Project of the day: Nice group meal
You know when you need to make a meal for people, and you want it to be fancy and delicious but without spending too much? Got you covered
Meatballs! I put them on rolls to make subs to much approval, but you can put them on top of spaghetti or skip the sauce and add them to soup… However you serve them, meat balls are delicious! And when everyone finds out you made them yourself, they will be incredibly impressed!