I don’t know if it’s me being almost 7 months pregnant or just me being me but I can’t even even wash dishes in hot water without feeling like I’m going to melt into the floor. New England is notorious for its crazy weather such as skipping the so-called Spring and diving head first into summer. Perfect example, the past few days we’ve reached record temps in the 90’s and I just. Can’t. Function.
I’m currently melting just writing this blog post… Continue reading
I’ve been cooking up a storm and I hate to admit that I’ve been failing miserably at photographing the recipes to post. I can’t quite decide if it’s that I’m too busy or too hungry… (I’m going to go with too hungry). Continue reading
I’m all about comfort food this time of year. Though my idea of comfort food is generally going back to the basics like something as simple as a bowl of cereal I suppose eating cereal for dinner every night isn’t generally recommended. So, that brings me to the other kind of comfort foods like warm bowls of soup or chili, like this one. Continue reading
I started to watch a new Netflix series the other night called ‘Chef’s Table’. This particular episode featured world renowned Italian chef, Massimo Bottura. The episode interviewed him about his rise to becoming such an impactful part of the food world. When the show began I was initially intrigued by the masterfulness and thinking outside of the box that it took for Massimo to become the chef he now is. Though, as the episode continued it suddenly hit me in kind of the same way the almond butter I was simultaneously shoveling into my mouth by the spoonful did, I realized there was a deeper level to his story. Not only did his talent of creating exquisite dishes earn him his place in the food world but it was also his unquestionable courage that gave him the ability to take a risk.
A risk… Continue reading