Aka how I can make it an excuse to eat yogurt sauce for dinner.
Before we get into the particulars, let us get ourselves casually acquainted with your new favorite meal for spring and summer. And honestly, you guys, it is crazy to me how the littlest things can inspire some of my favorite meals. Seriously, everything I see on a daily basis can inspire a recipe. In fact, some of my favorite recipe ideas have come while I was computer coding
Cannot get more different than that!
Continue reading “Roasted Eggplant and Chickpeas with Tahini Yogurt”
The last straw for me was when I saw bloggers on Instagram promoting a stand-up water purifier. They claimed that this was the Cadillac of water purifiers, removing all of the deadly toxins that were poisoning our bodies. Even Brita filters, they said, were not good enough, leaving a lot of the dangerous minerals behind that would mess with sleep, cognition, and happiness. Reading through the comments, many people expressed fear that they had not yet made the switch, vowing to exercise the generous $25 off code they had received. I decided to see for myself how much this stainless steel drum cost. After a quick internet search, I got my answer: $600.There was no way I would ever be able to shell out $600 for a water purifier. Living in one of the most expensive cities in the country, it was enough that I had to pay for rent and food.
I’ll take my water via the tap, thank you very much..
Continue reading “A Survival Guide to Live Without a $600 Water Purifier”
Aww yeah it is pizza time!
Isn’t pizza day the best day of the week? Friday was usually my family’s pizza day. My mom was too tired to cook by the end of the week, so we would call what I still think is the BEST pizza in the country (that’s right, in little old South Jersey I have found pizza that absolutely crushes any pie I’ve had in NYC) But hey, I’m all about not limiting pizza Friday to just Friday. Actually you know what the best day of the week would be for pizza day? How about everyday!
A girl can dream.
Continue reading “Smoked Salmon Socca Pizza”
Ever since I was in middle school, I have always been a “lists” person. You know what that is?
It is a person who has lists for what they need to do for the day. It is a person who never goes to the grocery store without a list. It is a person who writes out their weekly, monthly, and yearly goals. It is a person who even has lists for her lists.
How else would I keep track of my lists?
Continue reading “How I Use Bullet Journaling to Help Me Stay Organized”
I am the kind of person who craves hot coffee in 95 degree weather.
Likewise, I am the kind of person who loves a big, steaming bowl of beans even as the temperature warms up. We are in awkward times, in the beginning of April, with the temperature balmy enough to wear cutoffs one moment and then raining and dropping 40 degrees the next.
The only thing comforting in this situation is a big pile of carbs.
Continue reading “Coconut Beans and Greens with Sriracha Cashews”
The alternative title of this post is “how to use up all that almond pulp after making nut milk”
I have to admit, I was a little scared of making my own nut milk. I KNOW it is better for you to consume nondairy milks that do not have a lot of fillers. And I know that it is so easy/cheaper/more delicious to make your own than to buy it in the store. But I was still REALLY freaked out.
It seems like some sort of witchcraft.
Continue reading “Almond Flour Crackers”