Today I opened my fridge and found a bunch of cilantro entirely wilted. This is because I had to cook for a large dinner party last Thursday and forgot to store it properly. I had the impulse to throw it away, but then I thought, why not make a pesto? The result was terrific, soContinue reading “Pho Noodles with Vietnamese Pesto”
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Using Technology to Reduce Food Waste
Hello folks! It’s been a while. During the first year of this blog, I committed to posting one new article each week, and I kept my commitment for precisely that year. Then, I went on a quest I will share in today’s post. Since the beginning of 2020, I have built a strategic plan forContinue reading “Using Technology to Reduce Food Waste”
Cooking for Singles: Is it more expensive?
As a single, when I began my cooking journey, I frequently asked myself if I was saving any money or if I was simply wasting a lot of time for the same price than a takeout meal. I want to address that concern in today’s post and share how I cook great meals for aContinue reading “Cooking for Singles: Is it more expensive?”
How Minimalistic Can you Go?
As I faced my last week in Seattle, I challenged myself to cook with a minimal cook set.
Three Quick Breakfast Recipes
In my journey to a healthier lifestyle, I learned to love breakfasts. Every day I wake up excited and thinking of what to make. Breakfast is an important meal that helps set the tone on how your hunger and eating patterns will be for the rest of the day. Before the pandemic, I typically didn’tContinue reading “Three Quick Breakfast Recipes”
Recipe: Buckwheat Galette with Peanut Butter & Blackberry Preserve
Buckwheat galettes are a staple in northern France cuisine. These crepes are typical of the region of Brittany, and I loved them from the first taste. Buckwheat flour gives such an interesting flavor to the crepe that it works well with savory fillings. But, when I visited Montreal in Canada, I also saw sweet versionsContinue reading “Recipe: Buckwheat Galette with Peanut Butter & Blackberry Preserve”
Book Review: The Laws of Human Nature
The laws of human nature, by Robert Greene, is a masterpiece that, I believe, everyone should read. I stumbled upon this book by chance, through video recommendations on Youtube. And I decided to give it a go. In this post, I will share a summary of what the book is about and the videos forContinue reading “Book Review: The Laws of Human Nature”
Do Carbs Make You Fat?
More often than not, when I engage in conversation with someone, and I mention my interest in nutrition, I hear about how carbs are so bad for you. It feels like groundhog day, almost, but is it the case? Let’s try and find out. Also, here is my disclaimer saying that I’m not a healthContinue reading “Do Carbs Make You Fat?”
Making the Perfect Sandwich
Lately, I’ve been obsessed with recipes and their structure. I believe this site’s posts reflected that obsession in one way or the other. There is, however, a reason for my obsession; I’ve been tirelessly working for months on a project that involves helping people cook better at home. Also, I got the inspiration for thisContinue reading “Making the Perfect Sandwich”
Cooking For Singles: Chicken Breast Roast, Three Ways
I find it sometimes challenging to cook diverse and nutritious meals as a single. But then, I often find myself looking at the restaurant industry for inspiration because we share the same challenge: cook a-la-minute single-serving dishes. In this post, I will share one of such inspirations and conclude with a recipe that I foundContinue reading “Cooking For Singles: Chicken Breast Roast, Three Ways”