I am finally settling into a semi-regular routine here in the city, at least during the work week. I wake up and marvel at the amount of space I have. Compared to my old room, which was literally an oversized closet, my room is a yoga studio! yes, my old Texas license plate was BJ5 … More A day in the life: San Fran edition!
So, I am in a cooking rut. After pinning and re-creating dozens of recipes, I’m all kitchened out. Lazy. Plus, the weather here has transitioned from windy and freezing to sunny and oppressively hot over the course of about a week. Because our hoursehold tries to minimize use of the heater and air conditioning, our … More start saving yer bacon grease!
Yesterday, I had a work from noon to 4pm at the Nugget here in Davis. I was sampling out a new Dreyer’s product – milkshakes and smoothies! I, of course, tried them before handing them out to people (the chocolate and banana-strawberry were pretty good) and read all the ingredients and nutrition facts. The fruit … More Lessons learned in Nugget
If you ever want to get someone’s attention – and I mean anyone – munch on kale chips in front of them. I was at my Biochem professor’s office hours with about 20 other students itching to get some tidbits about the midterm and was having zero luck getting his attention to ask a question. … More The best way to get your professor’s attention..
Yesterday started out pretty typical. I woke up and ate the last straggling products of the kitchen. Then, I went to the coffee shop a few blocks away, Java Jones, and chugged a coffee (light roast, large, whole milk) and used their internet. It was the day I wanted to move out of the house … More The weirdest day of my life.
I know this dish isn’t very pretty, but I promise it’s very tasty! It is very versatile; I have eaten it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! This is buttery bulgur and a sunny side egg atop sauteed kale. The key is to pop the yolk and mix it evenly into the bulgur. Mmm. Also, I … More Bulgur n’ Eggs
this was ridiculously good. Lets call it SweetpoCoco soup because its main ingredients are sweet potatoes and coconut milk. Because the soup is already full of carby goodness, the noodles in this dish are shredded KALE! Trust me, its superb. Recipe: Serves 2, but I recommend doubling it for left overs. Chop up 1 large … More I don’t even like soup, but
This salad is really basic and can be made a 1,000 different ways. Kale is the most nutrient dense food in the world, and I try to eat it at least every other day. And vegetables taste about a million times better when they are roasted. They become sweet and both crispy and soft. Recipe: … More Roasted Veggie Kale Salad