Do you have peanuts? A food processor? Two minutes of your life to spare? It may just be time to make your own homemade peanut butter.
The other day Tara and I stopped by a sushi restaurant and were served a bean sprout salad. Although we did not ask what was inside of it, we put together this recipe based on what we thought it could have been made out of. You can always buy ponzu from the store, but I Read Post
Soup has become a staple in our diet. Somewhere between Singapore, Thailand, or Cambodia, we realized that every third meal we were eating was a soup. Now that we have returned home, the frequency of our soup eating has continued. Since we eat so much soup, vegetable stock has become a valuable commodity in our house. Grocery stores Read Post
Camping at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival in Indio, California is often labeled a rite of passage for first-year festival attendees. The party does not end the second the last band leaves the main stage every night; there is something kinetic about the rowdy crowd. Campsite dance floors blast music hours after Read Post
I prefer to cook than bake. I look at a recipe and feel like I can improvise more when it comes to cooking on a stove than in an oven. The creative side of my brain works better when something calls for a pinch or a dash versus exact measurements, temperatures, and times. So when Read Post