The spawn and official reasoning behind the Culinate website.
She puts up with the daily hustle and bustle within the busy Culinate official office, and has chores consisting of feeding the dog, unloading the dishwasher, and cleaning her room. She has wonderful parents who cook her delicious food. She doesn’t eat any mammals, even though the rest of her family do, so when people ask, she just says she’s a “vegetarian”, because it’s easier to explain. Lives creatively.
dutch parrano & salt crackers
home sick feeling nauseous... good thing my mother knows her chicken noodle soup :)
Officially obsessed with The Cake Bible. love everything! Just baked page 54 -- perfect american buttercake. LOVES!
Earlier this summer, while I was traveling Northern India, I was surprised at the eating habits. It seemed that rather than having a deliberate breakfast-lunch-dinner schedule, there was an early breakfast, a morning snack, a light lunch, an afternoon tea, and a late dinner. The first few weeks I was there, it was hard for me to adjust from my usual 3 hearty meals, but I ended up loving eating more spread out... it gives you more time to enjoy & digest, and I’m thinking about starting up a regular five meal schedule.
I’ve spent the past three weeks in India, and now, home, I’d like to hopefully be able to integrate more spices and indian cooking techniques into the food i make.
A few of my favorite dishes from the trip include:
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