Yesterday was our 2 year anniversary, and it was amazing. Great food, great company, pretty wine glasses 🙂 I'll be posting later what we had for sure...it was quite surprising for me. But today, snack time! Want something quick, something tasty, something not so bad for you? Done! Corn Pizza-tillas. Gluten free and done in … Continue reading Easy Snack: Corn Pizza-tillas, Gluten Free!
So last week was exam week. Now it's spring break. It is awesome. Exam week consists of 3 exams: histology, physiology, and genetics. Spring break consists of red wine, sitting on the charles eating lunch, making homemade cinnamon rolls, and these amazing chive, goat cheese biscuits. These biscuits are amazing. No joke. Make them, now. … Continue reading Goat Cheese Chive Biscuits
It's been a while blog, it's been a while. Apparently medical school is just as time-consuming as everybody made it out to be--shocker! Well, I was a little. I was surprised by how quickly the day goes by, how I will how generally choose studying over everything else, and how quickly time moves. It's amazing...I've … Continue reading Dill Butter and Salad Dressing
It's been a while, I know. Things have been hectic over here. We are getting ready to move, so we're selling ALL of our furniture (moving to Texas? Need some furniture? I'm selling it all for $250), making plans for our 3 week stay in Paris (!!!), contacting real estate agents in Boston to search … Continue reading Peach Toast
So Tyler and I don't really go out to eat much, both to save money and to eat healthfully. But most days, neither of us have the time or energy to prepare an elaborate meal...hence this post! A quick dinner, made while we were both sick and feeling like crap. It didn't take a lot … Continue reading Quick Dinner Idea: Cheese and Bread Edition
Let me tell you about my allergies. I have never really had them before. In Arizona, allergies aren't crazy because it's too hot, and in Boston...well, I don't know why I didn't have bad allergies in Boston. But good heavens, in San Antonio...it's a whole new world! I didn't have allergies last year, but then … Continue reading Green Eggs
Kale is amazing. Seriously, I love it. Flash-cooked, sauteed, steamed. It's got an amazing crunchiness that makes it like candy to me. Kale is a part of the cabbage family, and is full of calcium, beta carotene, and other vitamins. Quite healthy, and very versatile. It makes an excellent side-dish. Anyways, this is my favorite … Continue reading Garlicky Greens: Kale Edition
The generosity of others always makes me smile. Today, I was on my knees, scrubbing the bathroom floor with Tilex when I heard the doorbell. And poof, five minutes later, I was sitting down with some coffee, taking a much needed break, and munching on a cupcake topped with the most beautiful sprinkles I had … Continue reading The Generosity of Others
I made this salad. My husband loved it. Yep, that's right, my husband. He's pretty awesome. He's this nice guy I talked about before. Now he's a nice husband. Our wedding was wonderful. I felt so blessed to have such loving family and friends come and see us. More so, I felt lucky that this … Continue reading Carrot, Fennel, Red Onion Salad. And I have a Husband.
So the great thing about being home--amazing Indian food. There's nothing like what Mom makes. No Indian restaurant can compare...although that makes sense since most Indian restaurants are have north Indian cuisine. Actually it's really interesting--the different regions of India have lots of different types of cuisine. The ones represented in restaurants are usually north … Continue reading Besan (Indian Chickpea Curry, Gluten Free)