What do you do when you buy too many carrots? You could roast them. You can eat a single carrot. You could stew them (eh, gross). But I made soup. For this soup, you’ll have to do two separate processes: roasting the carrots and then the base.
This has definitely happened to you before: you want pesto sauce but you have no basil. You bought basil last week but it went bad two days ago because you forgot about it. No? Only me? Ok. Well, don’t worry, I fixed it for you.Continue reading
I spend an obscene amount of time researching food. Whether its ingredients, dishes, or techniques. As an avid consumer of food-related content, I feel like it’s my duty to try recipes I find online, so you don’t have to. The other night I tried Carla Lalli Music’s Pasta e Fagioli.Read more ABOUT THIS YO
During winter I tend to cling to autumn flavors. Butternut squash and sage are the perfect combination.Continue reading
This can also be called “empty your fridge” soup. There are a few things I always have in my kitchen/fridge: curry paste (red or green), sesame oil, fish sauce, limes, and ginger. You can’t really do much with these ingredients on their own but they sure make a great base. For any curry. So on Sunday afternoon when I was feeling lazy AF and trapped in my house because of cloudy weather, I decided to make a cozy soup with everything I had in my fridge. Lucky me, I had a good base.
I’m preparing for a trip to Japan. I haven’t read about protocols to keep in mind whenever I’m on the Japan Railway, or where I’m supposed to take off my shoes. Or how to say “Could you please show me where is the bathroom?”… I did watch that very interesting video about the history of Japan… I’m putting all my hope in live-translation-apps, and all of the Ramen bars I have saved on my Google Maps, the rest is up to my partner and that’s how things are. Another way I prepare for a trip is eating dishes from the cuisine of the country I’m travelling to. That’s how I ended up making this today.