Hello! It is only day 2 of Spring quarter and I am already feelin’ the heat! And by heat I mean pressure, not really the temperature. Unfortunately. Hopefully, the sun will come out to play and stay put soon! I am so much happier when it is warm and sunny :). Before the weather gets hot … More not one, but two carrot + nut butter soup recipes.
Hello from the Texas hill country! It is blue bonnet season, and they are absolutely stunning. I think one of the coolest things that a First Lady has done is how Lady Bird Johnson planted millions wild flowers all along the highways in Texas. Now, every Spring, the sides of the roads are blanketed in … More one of the unexpected benefits of lifting + a recipe
Heyoo! I finished my two finals today and I AM SO STOKED FOR SPRING BREAK. Although I will be studying for the MCAT for (hopefully) several hours a day, I am still excited to go back home to Texasssss. While I do love Northern California, there truly is no place like Austin. The people are … More roasted beet, goat cheese, and walnut salad with a classic vinagrette
So, I started a Pinterest account. Not because I want followers, not because I want to follow, but because I needed to do something about the sick amount of recipes I have bookmarked on my browser and starred in my Google Reader. It was getting ridiculous – and they weren’t even useful because the mass … More an amazing lunch
I hope everyone is having a leisurely Sunday. I woke up early, made coffee and breakfast, and perused recipe blogs to choose this weeks recipes. I have been way too excited to go grocery shopping; it’s pretty much my favorite de-stressing activity (besides lifting weights, I suppose). I hopped on over to Trader Joe’s to … More a quick, healthy, and filling lunch
I have been craving comforting, savory foods in the morning. This is odd considering I have typically been a fan of syrupy waffles, sweet oatmeal, or sweet yogurt bowls. It may seem strange, but I have been enjoying this creamy, delicate butternut squash soup for breakfast several mornings as of late. The soup is filling … More walnut butternut squash soup
So, I have been at my internship for far over half a year now, and I still have not gotten to partake in what I was looking forward to most. The main endocrinologist, (we’ll call him Dr. X) prescribes his patients a diet to aid them in their quest to become pregnant or just to … More Trader Joe’s hoe