I'm a new college grad with a true passion for food.
Moroccan mezze outside of Fes after a long day of exploring.
An old William Sonoma "Soups" cookbook :)
HAHA! Can't believe the response! I move in September 30th and will be waving to you guys constantly from my kitchen window :) Let me know if you want anything from Buffalo (real chicken wings, perhaps?)
Usually some kind of cooked vegetable and then a ton of Greek yogurt, cereal and berries. Yum.
In Toronto, with my parents at the age of 6. The spice burned my mouth, but I simply ate more raita and forged through. A serious eater even then :)
Child's blueberries at the East Aurora, NY farmers' market.
Blueberry crisp. Yum.
Definitely tacos al pastor w/my Mexican roommate this past spring break at her favorite local taco stand.
Crockpot oatmeal with dried fruit, walnuts, brown sugar and real maple syrup.
Spicy brown mustard and baby carrots.
Not all that funny but I can't tell you how many pieces of fish, meat or vegetable have fall into my grill. It is a very well-fed grill, I'll tell you that much.
Good post! At this point I'm positively dying to know what restaurant you work at because a cream cheese bun with cream cheese icing sounds positively divine. Any chance you could email me? I promise not to spread the word!
Oil-cured sundried tomatoes, goat cheese, fresh basil, and some kalmata olives, all on amazing bread.
Thin crust pizza with mashed potatoes on it (New Haven style!)
I wanted hibiscus juice like I had in Mali. I found some dried hibiscus flowers online that cost about $5 and paid something like $30 in shipping for them. So worth it.
Definitely eating rice with peanut sauce from a communal bowl for every lunch while I was in Mali :)
I've cut way down on my consumption of poultry (really the only meat I was eating before) and have increased the number of meals I eat featuring tofu or beans.
I love roasting fish, especially salmon w/Asian flavors. Yum.
Stuffed acorn squash, with craisins, Israeli cous cous and sauteed onions.
chicken noodle soup
And I should add that my favorite substitute for this fromage blanc is Cowgirl Creamery fromage blanc - comes pretty close.
I used to LOVE eating fromage blanc in France. Pity I can't seem to find it anywhere here. :(
Consume less sugar - real and artificial.