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amusebouche

I'm a college student, but I spend most of my time thinking, writing, and talking about food— and eating, of course. I LOVE to bake, but I cannot live on cakes and crisps alone, so I am learning to cook some of the practicals, too.

  • Location: LA, Santa Barbara, Boston
  • Favorite foods: chocolate chip cookies. and marzipan- out of the tube. maple syrup.
    preserves, smoked salmon, bread and butter, green olives, homemade granola, fresh peaches, sushi, bacon, and french toast.
  • Last bite on earth: my mom's maple pecan pie- outer perimeter, near the crust but not quite there.

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Cook the Book: 'My Paris Kitchen' by David Lebovitz

Ile Flottante- not technically a dish but so French, subtle flavor and beautiful presentation

Boston Cheap Eats: 10 Great Dishes Under $10

el guapo is epic! I used to live down the street from el pelon in brighton- whoever thought plantains and beef would be good together but it is amazing!

Bake the Book: 'Entenmann's Big Book of Baking'

definitely cupcakes! no one does them like susie cakes

Cook the Book: 'The Occasional Vegetarian'

a nice omelette with spinach onions and feta. and toast, of course.

Cook the Book: 'Salad as a Meal'

edamame, carrot, cucumber, peanuts, hard-boiled egg with a thai peanut dressing. so so good.

Cook the Book: 'In the Small Kitchen'

dorm room kitchen in college...tiny space, no dishwasher, but we had a stovetop and oven!

Cook the Book: 'Super Natural Every Day'

roasted broccoli with tahini, black beans, and rice

Cook the Book: 'Food Trucks'

chickpea fritter from clover in boston

Cook the Book: 'River Cottage Every Day'

spanish tortilla with peas onions and cherry tomatoes

Cook the Book: 'Serve Yourself'

omelette w/ peas and tomatoes...rice and beans with tahini....cookies

Cook the Book: 'Plenty'

seared brussel sprouts w/ roasted potatoes, chopped dates, and lentils. from 101 cookbooks :)

Weekend Giveaway: 'Clean Start'

summer= salad salad salad + avocados!

Weekend Giveaway: 'The Food Matters Cookbook'

i rarely eat meat at home + trying to add more organic produce into my diet
and..no plastic water bottles if that counts!

Cook the Book: The Sunset Cookbook

JUST discovered adding spinach to smoothies, and it is awesome!
that + roasted pan fried brussel sprouts