Well, I think maybe the third time is the charm here. I wasn’t pleased with the first two times (it was good), but it turned out better this time. It’s kinda thai flare, though it’s my own and does not necessarily follow exact thai cuisine. So here’s the scoop:Read More
So, for lunch I decided to make some nice fresh fruit and veggie juice. I’ve been sick, and figured it would be good for me. Tasted good as well.
I used carrots (a good base for juice), apples, celery, garlic, and fennel root.
My finished glass of juice (that’s watercress on top):
So, I’ve decided to go vegetarian for a week. I’ve been catching a lot of colds/flu and decided to work on my health a bit. I just visited my local open-air market and picked out some nice fresh fruits and veggies.
I love fresh veggies and fruits anyway, but decided to take it up a step and cut out...Read More
Today, I slept in (which does not happen a lot) so I decided to have a light brunch of eggs. One of my favorite ways to fix eggs is scrambled with salsa.
It’s really pretty simply. I crack three eggs into a bowl...Read More
This semester I do not have class on Mondays, so I’ve decided to have brunch at my house when I’m in-town. This past week, I made hash-browns, pancakes, and scrambled eggs. There are two ways I like to make pancakes. One is just good old pancakes...Read More
I’ve decided to start experimenting with preparing duck. Duck is actually very popular as a meat in France. Definitely more popular than chicken in some areas. I went to one of my local grocery stores here in Aix, and picked up some duck breast slices...Read More
Fresh baked baguettes are common in France, especially in smaller towns. But they begin to harden after a few days...Read More
I love cooking with eggplant. It’s always intrigued me and I’ve found so many ways to use it. It’s good for you too. This evening I decided to make one of my favorite eggplant dishes.
First, take an eggplant (...Read More