"Definitions look good only in ink on paper, for midterms, thus implicitly are useless for life in general." These days, between fires in a barrage of assignments, midterms, and projects I've been burying myself (and possibly my responsibilities) beneath a commendable mound of food literature and documentaries, two of which include Anthony Bourdain's Layover on Netflix,… Continue reading The Bottom Line
I could be vegan, if I didn't know how to make proper eggs. The truth is, eggs are far more interesting than the most ripe-but-firm avocado, the most perfectly-round head of cauliflower, and a low-sodium can of chickpeas (including the aquafaba). No PETA, I don't see anything wrong with eating eggs when they come from… Continue reading Don’t put all your eggs in the same…pan?
It's always in the simplest, purest of ingredients that you notice the biggest difference. This time, I'm shining the light on a local farm that treats their hens right. And of course, happy hens => happy eggs => happy eating. What's even better? I don't even have to stand in line at the farmer's market… Continue reading the Original Drive-Thru