Probably every tourist who visited the capital of Ukraine tried traditional Kyiv cutlets. This is the dish that can definitely satisfy your taste buds. Of course, unfortunately, not all people can visit Kyiv, but it is possible to cook these cutlets without leaving home. Just use this recipe, which will help to cook exactly the … Continue reading “The Kyiv Cutlets”
Until recently, I didn’t really like soup. Something about drinking food with chunks in it seemed really weird to me. That was until I went to this small soup shop in Tacoma, Washington called Infinite Soups. I had a tomato gorgonzola soup, and it was amazing.
My boyfriend is away this week house sitting for some friends. Normally when he’s gone for an evening working at the hospital or out with friends, I like the time to catch up on my girly shows and eat whatever I want. But a whole week?! We’ve done long distance before (1 1/2 years total between study abroad and school schedules not matching up), but it’s never fun. When I was deciding what to make this week for dinner,
Have you ever wanted to make sushi, but didn’t because it seemed too intimidating? That was me for a while. As it turns out, it’s not scary. Since I’ve been cooking more, I feel like I’ve been getting better at it and I’m more confident.
I’m trying to be adventurous. I’m a fairly picky eater and I tend to stay away from meats and fish, but I’ve been trying to branch out. When my boyfriend orders meat or seafood at a restaurant, I’ll try a bite. It’s a big step for me. Usually I’m not a huge fan of what he orders, but most things are not as bad as I remember them being.
I first tried Shinese steamed buns when a vegan friend prepared an elaborate dinner for a little party. They were delicious. Whenever I try to find Chinese steamed buns like her’s, they ALWAYS have pork in them. That’s when I took matters into my own hands.