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Balsamic Roasted Asparagus Salad With Brie

Balsamic Roasted Asparagus Salad With Brie

Follow me on Instagram! RU It’s Asparagus time of the year! I always get ridiculously excited about that since Asparagus season is incredibly short and typically lasts from late February through the beginning of May in California (months may vary depending on the country). This recipe was […]

Strawberry Spinach Salad With Goat Cheese

Strawberry Spinach Salad With Goat Cheese

Follow me on Instagram! RU This salad starts my story in Los Angeles. It is hot, a little humid and I noticed that for the past 4 days I don’t want to eat heavy meals. Maybe meat comes later but now let’s check out this […]

Red Cabbage Salad With Fried Apples and Turmeric Yogurt Dressing

Red Cabbage Salad With Fried Apples and Turmeric Yogurt Dressing

Follow me on Instagram! RU This salad was made out of the ingredients that I had in the fridge. I didn’t go to the supermarket specifically to buy them. I also love cooked apples! I think they make a great addition to crunchy red cabbage […]

Thanksgiving 2.0: Roasted Brussel Sprouts With Honey And Goat Cheese

Thanksgiving 2.0: Roasted Brussel Sprouts With Honey And Goat Cheese

Follow me on Instagram! RU In my last post, I sort of had a little breakdown on the subject of what is going on in the United States for the past few months. Watching TV and taking things calmly is not my cup of tea, […]

Great Depression Cooking: Potato Salad With Homemade Cooked Dressing

Great Depression Cooking: Potato Salad With Homemade Cooked Dressing

Follow me on Instagram! RU After reading a book about great depression “A square Meal”, I started wondering: “What caused the country to break into pieces? What happened before the great depression? What did the people eat?”. I stumbled upon a book called “Poison squad” […]

Great Depression Cooking: Cream Of Celery Soup With Spinach Pesto

Great Depression Cooking: Cream Of Celery Soup With Spinach Pesto

Follow me on Instagram! RU During the 1930’s Americans sought to escape the horrors of the Great Depression by listening to the radio or spending a dime to go to the movies. Around 60-80 million people went to the movies every week. The most popular […]

Great Depression Cooking: Caramelized Sweet Potatoes

Great Depression Cooking: Caramelized Sweet Potatoes

Follow me on Instagram! RU Great Depression was followed by Wolrd War II and the United States needed healthy soldiers badly. The government was hoping for a good amount of strong young boys who can stand out but they got shocked by the stats. After […]

Great Depression Cooking: Tomato Bisque

Great Depression Cooking: Tomato Bisque

Follow me on Instagram! RU In May 1933 FERA (Federal Emergency Relief Administration) was created. Its main goal was to alleviate household unemployment by creating new unskilled jobs in local and state government. Those jobs were psychologically more beneficial to the unemployed, who wanted any […]

Perfect Breakfast Burrito

Perfect Breakfast Burrito

Follow me on Instagram! RU Happy Sunday football everyone! Since the start of NFL season, I have to host hangouts, make breakfast, think through the menu and make sure my friends are happy, full and have a drink in their hands at any time. This […]

Farro Porridge With Figs, Cinnamon and Walnuts

Farro Porridge With Figs, Cinnamon and Walnuts

Follow me on Instagram! RU I had quite on and off relationships with breakfast until I moved to California. Three years ago my husband and I realized that there is not much going on in our lives and we decided to move to San Francisco. […]