We are in need of the coziest past bowl ever
It’s cozy, full of all the veggies, but it’s also cheesy and comforting. Perfect for curling up in a blanket after a long winter start to the week. Actually, this is the perfect hibernation food because it’s going to be cold for the next 3 weeks.
And who knows how long it will last?!
Continue reading “Sheet Pan (Cauliflower) Gnocchi with Roasted Veggies”
I am back with sharing my daily eats! This is a lot more reflective of what I eat during the school year and I can’t wait to give you some interesting ideas!
So let’s get to it.
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Say hello to takeout 2.0
If I’m being honest, I kind of feel like I’m living in 2017 with this cauliflower recipe. I used to love love LOVE cauliflower and ate it quite a bit back then. Then I took a major cauliflower hiatus, unintentional of course, and I basically… forgot about it.
Well and, as they say, the b**** is back!
Continue reading “Cauliflower Tikka Masala”
If you have any cauliflower haters in the building, you will convert them right here right now!
I have to be honest with you, but there were a few vegetables I did not like as a kid growing up. (shocking right?) I was not a fan of peas or mushrooms. And cauliflower definitely topped that list. If you have ever cooked cauliflower, you know, without seasoning, it just tastes bland.
But, like everything in life, a little spice goes a long way!
Continue reading “Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower (with a Vegan Option!)”
They say that success does not come without failure. That is one lesson I heard throughout my schooling but never took to heart. But it is something I really came to understand this past semester.
There is a lot of stuff you do not get to see behind the scenes of Instagram. I always say that Instagram is a highlight reel of one’s life. Comparing it to your behind the scenes, everyday life is not fair to you. And with that, I hope sharing my experiences will give you some insight that we are in this together, that we all go through tough times.
And we will weather the storm.
Continue reading “What I Learned from My First Semester of Grad School”