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”
This vegan quinoa chili has become a common dinner – easy to pull together, and makes great leftovers [plus 17 grams of protein per serving]- it’s hard not to love it. My meat-eating boyfriend devours this, apparently not missing the meat. Head on over to DailyBurn for the recipe.
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.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted here–life took over for a bit. Don’t worry, I’ve still been cooking. In fact, I’ve written a few pieces for Daily Burn including my favorite White Bean and Roasted Red Pepper Crostini [recipe]: But for today, I’ll leave you with a fantastic muffin recipe that will knock your socksContinue reading “Greek Yogurt Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins”
I just returned from San Francisco, a city that makes it very easy to gain five pounds from eating delicious foods and then torturously makes you burn it off by walking its steep hills. One such delicious food is Bi-Rite‘s ice cream. But that’s an obvious answer. A turn off of busy, food-laden Valencia StreetContinue reading “San Francisco”
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”
Today is Easter and today I am not posting about cute bunny desserts or baskets stuffed with chocolate eggs. Instead, I offer you a lighter, yet still hearty, Vegan Spicy Black Bean Soup recipe–the perfect way to recharge after over-indulging. Being a college student with an ill-equipped kitchen (I’m looking at you, mixing bowl that’s actually aContinue reading “Vegan Spicy Black Bean Soup”
I spent last week in beautiful Nicaragua. I witnessed mind-blowing sunsets every night, ate my weight in rice, beans and the occasional scrambled eggs, felt like an ant on the widest beach I have ever seen, ate fresh fish tacos, took a catamaran trip to an untouched beach, returning to town just as the sunContinue reading “Nicaragua”