What it is: Pistachio Pesto Flatbread Where is it: Garces Trading Company, Philadelphia, PA Price: $10 What’s in it: Thin cracker-y flatbread with pistachio pesto and mozzarella, topped with arugula and (who would have guessed?) horseradish Why you need it: you can choose between vegetarian pizza dough or dough made with duck fat. The vegetarian dough is perhaps too matzo-like butContinue reading “Pistachio Pesto Flatbread”
What it is: D&N Have Exact Change Sandwich Where is it: Hi Rise Bakery, Cambridge, MA Price: $10 What’s in it: Avocado, Monterey Jack cheese, roasted tomatoes, arugula, smoked serrano mayo, on sourdough Why you need it: this is heaven in sandwich form, though frankly any sandwich sounds good at this joint. The smoked serrano mayo is what brings thisContinue reading “D&N Have Exact Change Sandwich”
An easy meal that will impress guests and make great lunch leftovers: Spicy Peanut Soba Noodles.
This past month has been one of the most tumultuous months of my life, from a terrifyingly close call at the Boston Marathon to my graduation from *gasp* college. The vast number of uncertainties and changes in my life is daunting. One thing that will always be a constant in my life is this GreekContinue reading “Mom’s Greek Salad”
As mentioned many times before, going to school in upstate New York leaves much to be desired in terms of culinary experiences. On the one hand, I save a considerable amount of money. On the other hand, it’s easy to see how students can subsist on Ramen noodles. However, I got a chance to visitContinue reading “Poolville Country Store, NY”
As you may already know, I spent the past week in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The trip, my first to Mexico, exceeded my expectations. Of course, my boyfriend and I were constantly comparing the place to other trips we’ve been on to Nicaragua and Bali. Each and every place has a beauty of its own, bothContinue reading “Puerto Vallarta (and some unbelievable food)”
Hand me a tomato, mozzarella, basil sandwich and I will gladly eat it. Hand me a tomato, mozzarella, basil sandwich from Flour Bakery + Café and I’ll eat three more, that’s how good the sandwich is. Fresh arugula and roasted tomatoes made this sandwich different, and better, than any other tomato mozzarella sandwich I’ve everContinue reading “Flour Bakery + Café, Boston”