Normally I stay away from fish stocks unless I'm going all-in with a chowder or asian soup. Fish stock is sometimes [expectedly] fishy and thin, not adding too much oomph to the final dish. It needs to really get dressed up to stand up to the bold flavors that tend to find their way into my kitchen. But now, … Continue reading Your secret WOW dish involves: Smoked Fish Stock
Sounds decadent, right? It's not as diet-busting as you'd think, which is a really solid bonus because bathing suit season is just around the corner. Maybe this creation sounds a little suspicious too: feta and balsamic in my ice cream? This isn't a salad! ... but trust me on this: feta and balsamic are much … Continue reading Serious Ice Cream: Balsamic Feta Cheesecake Ice Cream
Since Donald and I got engaged (woooo!) things have have been a little crazy. We've been in the car a lot, visiting family every weekend, and so we listen to a lot of podcasts. Today we heard from Rhonda Patrick on the Joe Rogan show - she's a big proponent of gut microbiome research, which … Continue reading It’s Science: 10 Tips for Longevity from Rhonda Patrick
Yogurt prices are bananas. Store brand yogurt? 2.49 Oh you want brand name yogurt? 3.99 Make that organic. $5.49 Greek? $6.49 Organic Greek? Just fork over your wallet and your left kidney. I have yogurt everyday at work for breakfast, and the idea of ingesting all those additives - like hormones and antibiotics - on … Continue reading Make your own Organic Yogurt
Cheese holds a special place in my heart. I love all kinds of cheese - the stinkier, the better. So when I learned how easy it was to make ricotta cheese I couldn't wait to give it a try! I don't love store-bought ricotta, it tends to be dry and bland, but homemade ricotta is … Continue reading Ricotta
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