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The Daily Quaker Cookbook: Poached Salmon Wrapped in Collard Greens

Poached Salmon Wrapped in Collard Greens (serves two)

Poaching isn’t just for eggs!  You can poach almost anything, in fact, not only can you poach just about anything, you can also use any water based liquid to poach it in!   600 more words



Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of yearning

Giotto di Bondone.         

Yes, Rome is a city of echoes, the city of trampling feet, the murmuring of excited voices, and the frequent sound of a distant ambulance, or the tireless hounding of men selling selfie sticks. 575 more words


Margherita's: a celebration of homemade culture

A very snowy welcome back to everyone, both to campus for the “spring” semester and to Cuisine Corner. Hopefully you’ve come looking for a decent restaurant in Hoboken in which to kick off the semester, so I reached back to another restaurant I somehow had not visited since Freshman year: Margherita’s. 702 more words


MISSION Bethnal Green - Mission accomplished or mission impossible?

From the brains behind Hackney Road’s hippest wine bar Sager & Wilde comes the latest in a swathe of new establishments cropping up in East London. 874 more words


Smattering of South American cuisine...

Someday, soon, I hope to travel here! In the meantime, I have to content myself (or not!) with virtual exploration. Starting with local food/recipes! (I am behind in my blog reading–773 new blog posts in my inbox–but I’ll get to them soon, I promise!) 109 more words

Foodie Friday

The fifth and sixth day

Dinner wasn’t. I had a grilled cheese sandwich. The meal was intended to be cabbage and brussel sprouts over soba noodles, but we were interrupted during the cooking process and by the time we were able to think about eating neither of us felt like dealing with the cold remains of our work. 232 more words


A guide to ethnic eats near court street

Craving something new and exciting? In walking distance of Court Street? You’ve come to the right place. Most people know of all the bars and restaurants in plain sight on Court Street, but some forget the hidden ethnic restaurants that are perfect getaways.   1,706 more words