Tag Archive: Food

Public House Gastropub: Reykjavik, Iceland

“I was finally able to check into my hostel. What I really needed was a nice hot shower and some down time after my long walk with Tod. I can’t believe how beautiful… Continue reading

Baklava

Yields: 48 pieces    Equipment Needed: Food Processor Kitchen Aide Mixer, whisk attachment 13″ x 18″ 1/2 Sheet Pan Preheat over to 360 F Ingredients:  28 Sheets of Phyllo Dough 1 Pound Butter,… Continue reading

Brie and Canadian Bacon Panini

Recently I’ve been trying to change what I eat. A big part of this change is trying to prevent myself from eating the food at work. By doing so, I started making my… Continue reading

Alaskan Seafood Lasagna

Alaska, a place that has breathtaking landscapes and sceneries. Not only is The Last Frontier rich in minerals, but it’s a place that is valued on subsistence living. It offers an abundance array of… Continue reading

Greek Salad

  Yeild: 4 Servings 1 C Cherry Tomatoes, cut in half 1 English Cucumber, peeled and seeded, sliced 1/2 Red Onion, thinly sliced 1/4 C Pepperoncini’s, thinly sliced 1/2 C Feta Cheese 5… Continue reading

Alaska State Fair

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “From Every Angle.” There is nothing like ending the summer with a great state fair. It gives the adults some sort of nostalgia, while creating… Continue reading

Chilled Pea Soup

I’m posting this recipe on behalf of Aruna at her blog, “Aharam.” While I was cooking in Charleston, South Carolina, my vivid imagination was filled with inspirations of all sorts. I  was surrounded by people… Continue reading

The Big Buddah

Running on three hours of sleep from being jet lagged, my cousin and I forced ourselves out of bed. We’ve been planning on running the Great Wall of China marathon in Beijing. With… Continue reading

Farewell, Hello Hong Kong

For a while now, I’ve had this unbearable hunger to travel. The nostalgia of my last adventures overwhelmed me. I gained a sense of urgency to escape from the box I forced myself in.… Continue reading

In Defense of Food

I’ve been reading a lot lately, mostly because I figured the more I read, the better I’d write. Most of the books I read pertain to food, chefs, or agriculture. Right now I’m… Continue reading