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Day 198, Ingredient No. 111-Wasabi

I am not easily embarrassed. That being said, when your bare ass is on display in front of multiple strangers while they poke, prod, and view it with intensity, it’s hard not to get a little red in the cheeks. 712 more words


Marvelous. Meaningful. Macarons.

Not to be confused with “macaROONS”– the delicious little plop of coconut that my parents frequent New Orleans for– Macarons are a delicate, crisp, gorgeous little cookie that feel refined to buy and taste divine. 616 more words


Crêpes sans lactose

Première recette culinaire…Étant d’origine bretonne, je me sentais obligée de commencer par les crêpes, une recette toute simple et très rapide, celle de ma mère, que j’ai simplement adapté en mettant du lait de riz à la place du lait de vache. 148 more words


Kashmiri Kahwah (Tea) Recipe

Kahwah (Urdu: قہوہ‎, also transliterated qehwa, kehwa or kahwa) is a traditional green tea preparation consumed in Afghanistan, northern Pakistan, some regions of Central Asia as well as the Kashmir Valley. 214 more words

Press Room

So it’s here, my guest post about Balinese Cuisine is on TheTasteChase. Thanks to the wonderful Levanah for asking me to write something for her blog!


Solution To World Hunger?


“Ninety percent of the DR Congo’s population live on less than $1.25 a day, according to the United Nations.”

That is just amazing. I wonder if it would even be possible for me to change my paradigm to include insects into my diet. 580 more words

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