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Tour de Lini

Pasta, pasta, pasta. If you love food, you love pasta. Heck, if you even eat food, chances are you probably like pasta. When we think of pasta, we tend to think of the Italian variety; spaghetti being the most common, followed by linguini, farafalle, fusilli, lasagna, penne, and the more humble elbow. The authors of … Continue reading

The Pineapple Debacle

Hello all. I apologize for the lack of posts last week. This blog was experiencing some technical difficulties…  the photos that I took for my last dinner cook didn’t transfer to my computer. So I have a little catching up to do before spring break. It’s ok. It’ll work out in the end. So you … Continue reading

Eastern European Food.. What is it, really?

My friends, last dinner cook I encountered a dilemma that I’d never encountered before. According to the meal plan and the Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant cookbook, I was supposed to cook Eastern European food; a cuisine I am COMPLETELY unfamiliar with. What is Eastern European food anyways? Where’s Eastern Europe? Like, Eastern Eurasia? Or anywhere … Continue reading

You Have a Friend in Cheeses

Guys. I have GREAT news. This semester, I’m taking a class called Women, Gender, and the Politics of Food. I know. It’s perfect. But what’s even better is that for the final project in this awesome class I can either a) write a 10 page paper, b) create a syllabus for the class, or c) … Continue reading

Farmers’ Market Dinner: An Abundance of Good Food, Fun, & Friends

Yesterday (yup, the same day that I went to the farmers’ market) was the last market of the season, so to celebrate the end of a prosperous winter season and to kick-off the summer, the Palisades Farmers’ Market held a special dinner on Saturday night. It was open to everyone from the community, and when … Continue reading

delicious experiments are the best kind

My mom seems to have been inspired lately. I don’t know whether it’s from the hours of watching Food Network with me, my Food for Thought cooking sessions, or a recent dinner she had at a friend’s house, but recently she’s been getting more and more into Western food (i.e. non-Korean food). And not just … Continue reading

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