I like to think of my stomach as a fairy princess: she whines and fusses for no apparent reason. What happened to my stomach this weekend was not a princess, it was an invader. Anyway, that’s enough on that. I’ve eaten a lot of white flour in the past few days, and it’s about all I can eat. Check out this gourmet dish:
Mizuna greens and spinach from Windy City Harvest, one of Chicago’s larger urban farms. Just because all I can stomach is pasta and rice doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy some local springtime produce.. with a little bit of butter!
Anyone who has spoken with me for more than five minutes will inevitably find out that I hate cold weather. It’s just a fact of my life: though I hate it, I live in cold places. That’s just that. If … Continue reading →
You may have heard the news yesterday that Subway plans to remove the additive azodicarbonamide from its breads. I’m really excited about this because it’s finally got people talking about the ridiculous conditioners and chemicals they put in bread. When … Continue reading →
It’s been quite awhile since I’ve posted here. Sorry about that! To be honest, my computer stopped functioning properly. But now I have a tablet! It’s winter again, but I’m no longer in western Massachusetts. I’ve moved to Chicago, where … Continue reading →
It’s been asparagus season here in Western Mass for about two weeks, and that means it’s nearly over. There have been a number of asparagus festivals, though sadly I’ve missed them. Instead of partying with them, I’ve just been eating … Continue reading →