Man, it’s been WAY too long since I’ve brought you guys some updates on my adventures in chef-ing. Sorry about that! I’ve been working on it, I promise. There have been a couple of things that I’ve gotten into in the last week or two that have just required some repeats and/or recipe tweaks that… Continue reading 29. Pasta Primavera
I have been curious about rhubarb for a while, and since I mentioned in my last post that I would be experimenting with “interesting fruits” this summer, I thought that it would be perfect. Then I realized that rhubarb isn’t a fruit. Oh well! My knowledge of rhubarb was extremely minimal just a few days… Continue reading 54. Wtf is rhubarb and can you eat it without strawberries?!
There are a lot of fruits and vegetables on my resolution list that are really just on there for “first time use” reasons. Things I’ve perhaps eaten before (or maybe not!) but have never actually prepared before. You remember the artichokes from my previous article, right? Resolution number 46 is a fruit that I have… Continue reading 46. Find a pomegranate and prep it myself
I’ve always really liked coleslaw, but here in the South, more often than not, I find coleslaw to taste like mayonnaise. Which is unfortunate because I don’t like mayonnaise. I had never really made it myself, so early on in developing my list I decided that I needed to try and make a coleslaw that… Continue reading 8. A good coleslaw that doesn’t taste like straight mayonnaise
I always really wanted to like eggplant. It’s my Aunt Bambi’s favorite (therefore cool to me when I was a kid). But I’ll admit, I had only tried it a couple of times and I never cared for it. Especially baba ganoush. Ew. I always felt that it was mushy and left it at that.… Continue reading 31. Eggplant something
SHOUT OUT TO MY FRIEND SARAH! She was so kind to offer to help me take some photos for the blog. So her magnificent work is featured in this post. Thanks, Sarah!! I have to give credit where credit is due, and my friend Ashton definitely discovered the act of making rosé cupcakes a while… Continue reading 43. Rosé cupcakes
I don’t remember the first time I heard of aquafaba. But I do remember thinking that it was weird. Aquafaba is the liquid inside the can of beans, or the liquid leftover after cooking your own. I started seeing all these vegan baking hacks with it and I was like wait… I’m sorry? Baking with… Continue reading 24. Discover aquafaba