This recipe is for the Feed Feed, enjoy! Rice with Turmeric and Currants 1 c rice, rinsed until the water runs clear then drained (long or short grain are both fine) 1 c filtered water 1 tsp sea salt 1/2 tsp turmeric 1/2 tsp garam masala 3 bay leaves 2 tbsp dried currants 1 tsp… Continue reading To do with eggplant.
Forty years Forty years they walked, they walked. They had left, an impossible victory an impossible freedom but that was nothing. Nothing that was, to them. 08.17.17 Never forget. Hummus 1 can chickpeas, drained but save the liquid 1 tsp sea salt, or to taste 1 tsp cumin seeds 1 large garlic clove,… Continue reading backcountry roads
"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
Spring knocks on my door I open the fridge and see labneh and sourdough. No toaster oven guess electric coils will do pray it doesn't burn. Perhaps olive oil leftover bunch of limp mint from last night's cocktail Edamame peas though I wish I had favas can't ask for too much … Continue reading Edamame and Mint Tartines
Where I am, the high tops of conifers are draped underneath a veil of fog just thin enough for a few branches to poke through. The ground is missing the crisp touch of frost, and is instead drenched in a blanket of condensation to be lifted once the day begins. This is not quite the… Continue reading Two and Fifteen Gifts
It's the ordinary things that seem important to me. This Sunday I enjoyed the rare luxury of having the entirety of an afternoon liberated from any obligation to weigh it down. So I went see the lovely mister Alex Colville at the gallery across the bridge. If you're anyone like me, regardless of the reason… Continue reading On Alex Colville