cauliflower tortilla chips

Brassica Oleracea Var. Botrytis

…better known as “cauliflower.” Over the past few years, I’ve seen so many new ways to eat it. Riced cauliflower, cauliflower mashed potatoes. The list just grows. Because I’ve always been a fan of cauliflower, I’ve tried a variety of items this year, including breadsticks, dips, and snacks. A company called From the Ground Up […]

black rice

Forbidden Rice

Who wouldn’t want to try a food with the word “forbidden” in the name? I was perusing Thrive Market‘s rice options when I came upon forbidden rice. …Which is a fancy name for black rice. It was called “forbidden rice” in ancient China because only emperors could afford to eat it. It has some different […]

rosemary tea

Rosemary Tea and a German Pancake

Here are some recent kitchen adventures: I love the taste of rosemary, but I don’t often purchase it. So when I had some left over after I bought some recently, I decided to make some rosemary tea. I read that the herb provides many health benefits, so even better! I boiled some water, threw in […]

tofu and cucumber salad

First Foray into Meal Kits

I’ve never enjoyed cooking…mainly because I don’t really know how to. The thought of cooking dinner for 30, 40 minutes after a day of work has never been appealing. Living in a studio with almost no kitchen counter space for 10 years didn’t help matters either. But, my current apartment does have some kitchen counter […]

Eastern Standard Provisions Co. pretzel

A Step Up from Superpretzels

Backstory: I grew up microwaving Superpretzel soft pretzels for a snack. I haven’t eaten them much as an adult, but once in a while I will get a hankering and bring some home. And if I need a little something at a concert or sporting event, I will often buy a soft pretzel. So, the […]