If at first you don’t succeed, try again. And maybe one more time. Or two. Or maybe three. This year, it took me three recipes to settle on this Whole Wheat Fig and Walnut Cookie to share in this year’s Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap….
This one goes out to rice. For most of my life, white rice was in almost every dinner I made or was served. Before moving to college, I witnessed my family go through about 3 to 4 rice cookers. I find a comfort in white rice; it’s glistening fluffiness reminds me of a welcome meal when my stomach wasn’t feeling well, big family events at our favorite, now no longer Chinese restaurant, and home. The wonder of sushi later got added to that list in college….
Soup is a lifesaver. The simplicity of it makes it quick to prepare, make and clean, and I always make a batch fit for large table. That way, no matter what goes on in life, I’ve got a few containers of soup in the fridge ready for me to grab after a long day. …
We all go through food phases. The kind where our senses, stomach, and mind come together and fall head over heels in love with a dish, cuisine, or flavor. For a while, that love is insatiable. You’re thinking about it all the time, changing meal plans and life plans to get that fix. That delicious fix that just makes every part of your body sing. The high lasts for a few weeks or months, and then the fire for it settles down until a new food or flavor stokes it….
Kabocha squash isn’t just for the dinner table. The nutty sweetness is perfect for adding to baked goods, which also gives your treats a nutritional boost. The possibilities seem endless for what you could add kabocha to in a sweet treat. Whatever baked goodness you can add pumpkin to, try swapping it out for kabocha….
When I was a freshman in college, my stress came in the form of upset stomachs. Every Monday, like clockwork, my stomach would feel horrible and churn-y. To help with the stress rollicking around in my stomach, N would make me (at my sickly request) a bowl of instant mashed potatoes. The carbs would soak up the bad stuff, and I would be fine until the following Monday….
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