I recently discovered that there are finally new seasons of the Great British Bake Off on Netflix! Naturally, I began binge watching it shortly after this realization. While watching the bread episode, I was inspired to make a loaf of bread. Continue reading “100% Whole Wheat Focaccia”
Italians love to complain about Italy. Seriously, talk to an Italian for a couple minutes and they will 99% of the time start ranting about how nothing works in Italy, how the economy/government/things in general are messed up. They must take its immense beauty for granted, because I would willingly live with all those problems if I knew I could wake up to this view every morning. Continue reading “Ricotta-Stuffed Zucchini Flowers with Pesto”
You know what I love about the snow? It’s an automatic conversation topic for when you run into people you kind of know, but not enough for conversation beyond weather.
“OMG snow, amirite?!” Conversation gold. Also, snowball fights.
Anyways, this weekend it snowed a butt-ton, and being snowed-in I decided to try out a recipe from Plenty More by Yotam Ottolenghi. I chose this celery salad mostly because I actually had most of the ingredients for it and therefore didn’t need to go outside to gather more things. Ottolenghi’s recipes have notoriously long ingredient lists, and he likes to call for strange things that you aren’t likely to find easily (pickled walnuts??). Nevertheless, this is a first step towards my goal of trying every recipe in the book, because they all look AMAZING. Continue reading “Rainbow Winter Salad”
Ok so these are in no way Italian, but sometimes you need pancakes and you just don’t care. This morning was one of those mornings. I have fallen into an breakfast rut, where all I ever have for breakfast is oatmeal with bananas, blueberries, and peanut butter (which is actually the best oatmeal ever, so I’m not complaining), but I wanted to experiment with other ways to consume oatmeal, bananas, and blueberries.