Click here to skip to the recipe So here's the tea: I'm no longer in Sweden and that is the perfect excuse to avoid writing material for this blog. I was busy, not procrastinating like anyone would (*cough*correctly*cough*) assume. The point is, during my last two months in Sweden I decided to fulfill one of my adolescent … Continue reading New York Cheesecake with Chocolate “Ganache”
A month without uploading and she comes back with a cop-out? It's more likely than you think.
This post is dedicated to my mom, without whom I would never have the courage to make this dish. Y'all know Bhindi right? Or okra, or ladies' fingers in English. Wikipedia states that it's a "flowering plant in the mallow family," whatever the hell that means. You know, this thing: To me it's one of those vegetables … Continue reading Facing your fears #1: Bhindi
Ya girl got it right on the first try, so let's get down to business.
Disclaimer: Um, I don't know. All rights to the movie Chef I guess? Well, not really since it isn't Chef's original recipe, but you get the point. By now you may have noticed my food-related posts are often a compensation for the lack of activity on this "blog" that I had promised myself to maintain. … Continue reading Budget Pasta Aglio e Olio from Chef because I’m broke
A few weeks ago I posted a poll on my instagram on whether I should bake a vanilla cake or a chocolate one to incorporate a box of leftover frozen raspberries in. The result was an unsurprising 50-50, because of course the Social Media Gods wouldn't help me with my inherent indecisiveness. So, much like … Continue reading Human Makes Disastrous Vanilla Cake, Complains About It After Not Following Recipe
Warning: Immediately after eating this dish, you might want to not make it for at least another week. [Skip the intro, I'm rambling, as usual] Do you realise that the most popular, classic dishes are often invented by broke-ass hippies in their kitchens with minimal ingredients, trying to make something edible? And does it occur … Continue reading How to make an obscure chickpea dish that my aunt told me about, like, once.