I'm a college student that loves cooking but often gets distracted by school, bikes, and knitting. Then there are weeks where they are all neglected for a cooking extravaganza!
Spinach, black beans, chopped bell peppers, olives, and pan toasted almonds topped with a generous heap of avocado dressing. If you have puffed quinoa you can add that too for more protein and flavor. Yum!!
on a quinoa and black bean burger! Yum!
Shaping and also Sourdough starter or the difference between different types of starters and the food they require.
I have a mild allergy to shrimp, but it doesn't affect me that much especially since I cut back meat consumption.
I really like looking at gluten-free and vegan diets though because the limitations force you to become a better cook.
Tofu scramble with hash browns, Sriracha, and pickles. Yes it sounds weird but you should try it, it's AWESOME!!
I wish Left Hand Brewery's Biere Garde were in my fridge, sadly that's not reality. I have some Brdigeport Cafe Negro porter (delicious when mixed with chocolate ice cream!) and a couple of Kolsch beers.
I also love local brews and one of the Kolsch is from Mother Road Brewery in Flagstaff AZ!
I like my coffee, like I like my women: tied up in a burlap sack and tossed over a donkey!
Ever heard of Chuckbox in Tempe? Cash only but AHhh-mazing!
You could look up a recipe for tofu scramble. It's firm tofu and a whole bunch of other stuff, normally involving some amount of tumeric, but it tastes like scrambled eggs with salsa mixed in. You can put it on top of toast, english muffin, bagel or whatever you want. Also good when topped with Sriracha! :)
I made it this morning. Pretty darn tasty! I think it be even better if you added a kiwi. :)
Now I want a roast chicken! It's probably been... I can't remember the last time I had roast chicken, at least 3 months. It shall be interesting to see how it compares to Ina Garten's perfect roast chicken (Oh my YUMM!!).
I've never made Julia's souffle... But my dad makes the best!! He told me in the most serious voice that the key to souffle once you've whipped your egg whites to not overly stiff peaks is to fold them in. If you stir them in, you lose their whippiness. Fold carefully my friend, and good luck!
Wow, I think Google just shifted my search results from all the blogs I just visited and put on my list to investigate! Smitten Kitchen is my favorite though. I made those Zucchini Fritters the other week... om nom nom!!! Who knew to strain your zucchini?!
Since this is a series, you're posting recipes right? Everything looks delightful! I shall have to look into Calamansis since everyone say they're in Arizona and the States.
Have any of you done pickling using whey? I think it'd be interesting buy your pickle aren't supposed to last as long (2 weeks?).
I was wondering about this too, I'm more into scotch. :) Do you think a beer and BBQ tour down the coast would be more fun? Definitely more food options for you!
Oh la la! The ginger sangria sounds tasty! However, that got my brain rolling on how tasty a ginger margarita would be. :)
This is going on my list of foods to try. I love tempeh, although I haven't had that in a while... I feel a soy food party coming on.
Another option is an Indonesian style satay with a soy sauce to dip it in. In Indonesia they use ground meat that they mix curry sauce into (chilies, ginger, garlic, tumeric, etc.) and sometimes grated coconut as well. Then, they gently form them onto a stick of lemon grass or normal skewers. They're spicy and flavorful, the coconut also makes it easier to handle the heat.
I agree with saucy johnny! The answer to every question should be eat more garlic! :)
Mmm! They all sound tasty. I like the balsamic vinegar too but I've always used sugar. Then you can add mint and/or top with whipped cream. I also LOVE strawberry topping on my poundcake!!!
I made hummus for the first time a few weeks ago. Tasty. I made about five cups, but couldn't smell the garlic for some reason so I kept adding more and more garlic. I love garlic so it seemed like that was the right thing to do. I put an entire head of garlic in it! It tasted good even if the smell knocked you out. Haha! I'll have to try this one.
Sun dried tomatoes sound yummy too!
A fancy little restaurant in Bali! They called the dish the Mesopotamian? Hummus, a cucumber thing?, and a few more dishes. It was a great night.
Wow! Props drocto! As an accounting major I am impressed and hope to be like you when I grow up. :)
MMMM!!! I've never had this, but the moment I saw Pandan Leaves I fell in love. I live in the US and have been missing Dadar Gulung for a year! Do anyone know if you can get them in the US? I also thought about trying aloe juice as a substitute. Thoughts?