Hello again, foodies! I apologize for my long absence. It has been quite a long few weeks, but I am happy to report that they have been wonderful weeks. I finally have a job! Meaning that I will no longer be on the verge of homelessness and I can afford things like food and the… Continue reading On why Things have been so Quiet
All right, so maybe I’m exaggerating a little. I have been known to spend my hard-earned money for a pizza on a Friday night when I’m exhausted and just don’t feel like turning on my oven or heating up my stove. But I honestly believe that the best pizza around is the stuff you make… Continue reading On Pizza. Or, Why You Should Never Pay for Delivery.
In my very first blog post, I described myself as someone who has finally discovered that she is a cook masquerading as a law clerk. For the last four years of my life, I have been working in various parts of the legal field, struggling with the idea that perhaps I am trying to make myself… Continue reading On Prune, Gabrielle Hamilton, and “The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef”
All right, so I don’t like Stephen Curry. I’m sure he’s a lovely dude as a person, but I’m a Cleveland Cavaliers fan. I am an Ohio girl, born and bred and I will support my sports teams til the day I die. That being said, I enjoy curry in the sense that I love… Continue reading The Only Kind of Curry I like: Beef. Stephen is a little stale for me.
When I was a little girl, one of my favorite books was one called “Stowaway.” As you can probably guess, it was about a stowaway, someone who snuck aboard a ship and kept themselves hidden until the ship reached its destination. The book fascinated me because our hero, the stowaway, got to travel all around… Continue reading Spain! …via my stove.
If you know me at all, you know that one of my greatest joys in life is having my hands in dough. Bread dough, cookie dough, biscuit dough, what-have-you. I love the complex flavors that you can build using just flour, salt, and water. It is truly amazing. I first got introduced into the world… Continue reading Biscuits: Pillows of Happiness. And cheese.
I have finally come to the realization that I am a chef in a lawyer’s clothing. What I love to do is cook and that’s what I am going to do. I’m going to cook and write. And hope that it leads somewhere. I’ll introduce myself later, but for now, I hope you will start… Continue reading We begin at the beginning