What to Eat at Home: Farmers’ Market Salad with Spiced Goat Cheese Rounds – Laura Hess ‘16

I found the recipe that inspired this one online.  I really wanted to use the goat cheese we had in the fridge, but I also didn’t want to have to ...

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What to Eat at Home: Molasses Cookies – Laura Hess ’16

These molasses cookies are neither crunchy nor chewy – they’re somewhere in between.  The recipe is adapted from The King Arthur Flour Cookie Companion, an extensive anthology of delicious cookie ...

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What to Eat at Home: Curried Eggplant – Laura Hess ‘16

This tasty curry is both vegetarian and gluten free.  The recipe was adapted from The Moosewood Cookbook, which, if you have been reading many of my previous posts, you would ...

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What to Eat at Home: Cauliflower-Cheese Pie – Laura Hess ’16

This is a fairly labor-intensive dish, but well worth the work.  Still, it does help to have another set of hands to cut down on prep time.  My brother helped ...

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What to Eat at Home: Brown-Edge Cookies – Laura Hess ‘16

This variation on the traditional sugar cookie gets it’s name from the lightly, golden-brown edges that the cookies acquire after baking.  You can make them with either salted or unsalted ...



What to Eat at Home: Thai Beef Salad with Mint – Laura Hess ’16

Continuing with cool salads for warm weather, I present…the Thai Beef Salad with Mint.  This salad can be made with leftover beef that you grilled ahead of time, which significantly ...

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What to Eat at Home: Simpler Niçoise Salad – Laura Hess ’16

It’s summer, and some days are too hot to turn on the oven, or even the stove.  It’s time to make salads.  However, don’t settle for a basic garden salad; ...

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Week 2- Smoothies, Stiry Frys, and Sesame Noodles

Dear readers, From this point forward, you should stop referring to me as “Ari”, and start referring to me as “Chef.” Okay, just kidding. I don’t think I’m at that ...

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What to Eat at Home: A Tasty Mexican Dinner – Laura Hess ‘16

It had been a while since I’d tasted the sweet flavor of horchata.  Too long, in fact.  If you’ve ever tasted it, or if you just like the Vampire Weekend ...

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I Won’t Starve! – “Hard-Cooked Eggs”

It’s kind of a running joke that Ari and I both have no idea how to cook yet decided to start our own food blog. Just because we don’t know ...

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