Shrimp

19 Feb 19
Hunger calls

The recipe involves two steps: a marinade and a masala gravy. The nice thing is that the prawns are marinated only as long as it takes to make the gravy, so the recipe doesn’t take much time at all. The trick is to cook the prawns quickly or they will get rubbery and chewy. If […]

19 Feb 19
Gay in the CLE

Friday February 15, 2019 was the first LGBTQ night after All AX’S had their grand opening as an LGBTQ inclusive bar two weeks before. I wanted to check it out to see the differences from that visit. The idea of having a LGBTQ bar destination on the east-side of town is still an amazing idea. While […]

19 Feb 19
Global Internships with CDES

With only a week of work left here in Ho Chi Minh City I feel it’s about time I introduced my internship and working life! With urban planning less of a defined field in Vietnam the main space where I can gain experience is through the role it plays in architecture. I have been interning […]

19 Feb 19
Juan Day At A Time

Cobblestones hurt my already tired feet as the uphill climbs challenge my resolve A cathedral in my midst, one of many, make me think of days when moving one stone took hours The work ethic it must have taken to complete one place of prayer humbles me Miracles abound in this land of enchantment and […]

19 Feb 19
Pam Klainer's Day

Panama is in the news, and not in such a good way. Panama, along with Miami, Spain, and Nicaragua, has long provided corrupt foreigners with an easy way to launder money. “On Avenida Balboa, Panama City’s premier seafront avenue, the 50 story tower blocks form a near continuous wall of glass to the Pacific Ocean. At night, […]

19 Feb 19
Pickled Peas

This was one of our last meals in Sg. I was looking for an afternoon tea to go to and Violet Oon did a peranakan styled one which sounded amazing. We can get traditional British afternoon teas anywhere else but where else would one find Singaporean savouries in an afternoon tea? So we arranged to […]

19 Feb 19
Poject H.E.L.E.N. In Indonesia

I woke up early this day February 16,2019. Just so you know, I feel better now HAHAHA! This saturday we are goin to Pariaman, hometown of one of our student buddy Filrza Artavio “V”. We left our place 6:30 in the morning, we ordered a go jek going to our student body rent house. We […]

19 Feb 19
Calculated Whisks Bakery

Is there ANYTHING on this earth better than pasta? Probably not. But if you’re anything like me, and need to cut the carbs, I’ve got a treat for you! It’s a party pleaser, a romantic candlelit entree, or a filling family dinner. First, get the best skillet ever: https://amzn.to/2DIPLtG Next, choose your noodles. Although this […]

19 Feb 19
Gastroplant

These vegan cheese grits are creamy and fulfilling, yet simple and quick to make. In just 10 minutes, you can whip up these versatile grits for your brunch spread. The cheese grits of my childhood Having grown up in Georgia, a lot of the food from my childhood was Southern. My family wasn’t exactly from […]

19 Feb 19
Katie Evans

I found this podcast and the speakers’ ideas about color to be very interesting. I found that the style of this podcast was more interesting to listen to than other podcasts in the past because of the music choices made. The fact that they reached out to different musicians to recreate songs about colors to […]

19 Feb 19

As you can tell probably tell from reading this blog, I love reusing leftovers and doing my best to eliminate food waste when cooking. Sometimes it makes for weird combos or causes severe anxiety about not being able to figure out what to do with those last few springs of thyme, but most of the […]

19 Feb 19
Marco Style

In the end of 2018, several food writers compiled lists about what is missing from the Richmond restaurant scene. On each and every one of these, I made the same comment: tapas. Sure there are small plates restaurants in Richmond, but I love solid, European tapas. You can imagine how my excitement peaked when I […]

19 Feb 19
Three Plates Full

Meal updates from last week: The salmon and the chicken shawarma bowls were my favourite meals from last week.  Don’t get me wrong the lobster tails were amazing, but I think that the other meals were all-around better.  My kids devoured the salmon, my son went back for seconds.  I will be making both recipes […]

19 Feb 19
A Cool Glass of Lemonade

A lot of people ask me this question, so I thought I would make a blog post about it! I’ve always been attracted to the idea of vegetarianism. I adore animals, and it seemed a little hypocritical of me to eat them. But I didn’t want to make things difficult for my family, so I […]

19 Feb 19
buckuproductions

Preshow: -Monika and Rachelle Jones defeated Naomí Pousa and Daisy Douglas when the twin sisters switched places and Rachelled pinned Douglas -Paul Morton and Patrick T fought to a ten minute time limit. Welcome to PWGP “CHARGE”! We’re welcomed to the program by Loco and Nick Christoulos and they quickly go over the show: The MLWA* […]