Special Edition: NYC Eats

It’s the end of the food recaps from NYC! Haris and I attempted to eat as much as we could in about 2 days, and we were pretty successful! Our food tour actually started with S’mores waffles (below). NYC during Christmas time is magical for numerous reasons, one of those reasons being the Christmas Markets…

Special Edition: Food Budgets

One of my goals this year is to write a small series on food privilege. Most people I know have never experienced food insecurity and it’s something important that I want to share with people. What is food insecurity? It’s the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food….

Recipe: Chicken Gnocchi Kale Soup (inspired by Olive Garden)

Here’s a recipe that I have showcased on the blog twice now. It started out based on a different recipe for this soup and has manifested it’s way into this little recipe. This is a great recipe that my roommates can’t get enough of! Ingredients: 1 pound boneless skinless chicken breasts chopped into really small…

January 2020 Giveaway: Binging With Babish

It’s time for another giveaway! This month we are giving away a copy of Binging with Babish the cookbook. If you don’t know who this guy is, make sure to check out his Youtube Channel and Website. Haris loves to watch Babish’s YouTude videos which is why I bought the cookbook in the first place….

Meal Prep: Week 3 of 2020

Let’s be honest. This week’s meals didn’t go as planned… like almost at all. First up, I managed to make the berries last all week, but that didn’t mean I didn’t have to toss out some of the berries that were getting moldy. The berries aren’t in season, which I knew but still wanted them…

Restaurant Shenanigans: Red Rooster- Harlem

Up next in the recap of our recent New York City trip eats is a little restaurant that Haris picked out in Harlem: Red Rooster. The place itself was rather nice. We didn’t make reservations which led us to being seated in a very odd corner, next to a booth, but off to the side,…

Recipe: Mushroom Chicken and Rice Bake

Growing up my mom used to make this dish and it was one of my favorites. It’s a hearty meal that soothes the soul. I swear it has healing powers. Now my mom made it with Campbells Cream of Mushroom soup, and well, in true fashion, I’ve upgraded that recipe and created my own cream…