Cinnamon Sugar Protest

Most of my life, cooking has been my escape from the problems of the real world.  I originally went to college to study Journalism, but I became so disillusioned with not only the state of the industry, but the state of the world, that writing became more upsetting than liberating. I had just recently started…

My Secret Desire

A long time ago, around the time I started writing this blog, I was still living in Boston, finishing up my first college degree, and working at a chic restaurant on Newbury Street. Working at this place was a very special time in my life, as the people I met during this time are still…

Pie Dough Primer

So apparently everyone is baking bread these days, and while I feel like I have experimented with bread quite a bit in life (see this; my bread baking has improved since then thankfully), I haven’t actually gotten around to making a loaf.  A part of that is not being able to find any yeast to…

Simple Breakfast Biscuits

If there’s one thing I love, its biscuits.  Buttery, flaky, and super easy to make, these little bundles of love are great when stuck inside with not much to do, or anytime, to be honest. This recipe is pretty basic, and for good reason.  When I was doing some research, I found that biscuit means…

Basic Recipe: Making Stock

Last week, I finished my last week at my job in a French restaurant. It was an incredibly humbling and inspiring experience, and one that I won’t soon forget. I feel like honoring that experience today. Working in places that are using such classic recipes and cuisine really hammered home how important it is to…

Chatting with some awesome bloggers about blogging

Check out this video I made for my senior project! I got to interview and meet some awesome people to do my blog, a huge and special thanks to Kristen Fenton from Indulge Inspire Imbibe, Rachel Leah Blumenthal from Fork it over, Boston, Lisa Flores from Mistral, Mei Lee from Mei Mei Street Kitchen, Chelsea…