What's Cooking?

Thursday, February 27, 2014

With all my newly found free time (read: being unemployed), I have had a lot more energy for cooking. Thankfully, both of my parents are great cooks and passed along a lot of their culinary knowledge to me over the years. Since I love taking photos of food but don't want to overload my Instagram account with too many food pictures, I wanted to share some of my recent creations and collaborations.

Paleo Minestrone - recipe here

Mojo Pork Tenderloin - recipe here

Although I expected to do a lot of cooking while I was at home and my housemates were working full-time jobs, one thing I didn't anticipate was being so nervous about my cooking! When you're used to cooking for your immediate family, it can be intimidating cooking for three people who come from different backgrounds and who potentially have secret food likes/dislikes. Of course, I shouldn't have worried because Amber, Joe, and Tyler have all received my cooking well and been so grateful for anything I make.

 Grapefruit, Asparagus Omelet, Skillet Potatoes

Kahlua Pork and Collard Greens - pork recipe here

I should note too that in no way do I do all the cooking for the household! All of us pitch in and do our share :-)

Gumbo - recipe here 

Squash and Sausage 

Eggs, Skillet Potatoes, and Kiwifruit


“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” 
Virginia Woolf

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