I’ve always lived in a do-it-yourself household and prefer to cook most meals for the convenience factor (and, as my husband would point out, because I’m picky about where my food comes from, I try to deny this because I don’t want to seem like a snob but have to admit that the more I [...]
Back in college was when I first started making my own hummus – you know, the totally simple, cheapo college food that was way better for you than pizza or mac and cheese when coming home at 2am on a Saturday. What I quickly learned, and to my surprise, was that the best hummus contains [...]
Ok, here’s the situation: it’s winter time – snow falling and not very many good, local, fresh ingredients at your local market. You got some friends or family coming over for dinner on a weeknight and want to make something really good, but don’t want to have to work very hard at it. Here’s an [...]
Camellia Grill is a 70 year-old classy short-order diner, famous for its sandwiches, breakfast all day, pies and “freezes.” Hurricane Katrina closed down this staple of the Uptown-Riverbend neighborhood. Luckily, its persuasive fan base (evidenced by the number of internet postings referring to the place, its wikipedia page, and the copious amounts of love letters [...]
My green bean story starts at a young age, when I was served your typical canned green beans that are mushy and flavorless. This variety of serving green beans really killed them for me until a friend of mine introduced me to the wonders of seasoning green beans with Asian flavors and not just your [...]
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