Tweet There is nothing more pleasing to the eye than fresh vegetables. Well, looking upon the delightful faces of my friends might rival the colorful skins of fresh veggies. Especially when those friends turn their faces towards the kitchen, lending helping hands to marring the … Read More →
Category Archives: condiment
TweetAs I get older, I like to pay my room and board when visiting my momma. After arriving back from jet-setting and globe-trotting and a whole other mélange of hyphenated activity, I decided to do something for my lovely parent while I was home. This … Read More →
Tweet I love hummus. Not the hummus you get here, but the kind served in Jordan and Israel. I remember going to a restaraunt with our friend Elias in the old city of Jerusalem, tucked away in a back alley, that was devoted completely and … Read More →
red current and almond thyme bread dressing/stuffing: the day of the year to let sorrows drain away and joy take its place.
Tweet Stuffing. Or rather, dressing. To me, it is the essence of Thanksgiving. Given birth out of the cavity of a chicken (too graphic?). It is the dish that is most remarked on by friends and family, whether in bread or rice form, requested and … Read More →
Tweet If you are wanting to have a sophisticated picnic on the beach, peach chutney is the perfect accompaniment to simple yet lovely food. As we walked down the longest sets of steps ever to Wreck Beach, right near UBC, the sun (through the obnoxious … Read More →
Tweet After a day full of this on Saturday, I made this. The perfect compliment to an overload of wine (the taste of wine, not the wine itself, I liberally used the bucket provided for spitting so ingesting the wine isn’t needed – gross I … Read More →