If you’re thinking it’s kinda random for me to be reviewing Alana Chernila’s first book after I’ve already written a review of her second one (The Homemade Kitchen)…don’t hate. I received this as a birthday present a couple years ago and didn’t have a chance to write about it til now!
I’m on week 13 and the end is in sight (in terms of finishing my crazy work schedule for the time being…and vacation)! I thought I’d celebrate early by sharing a new cookbook with you–Eating Clean, by Amie Valpone!
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One of my favorite SNES games is Harvest Moon and I really like the idea of living off the land and learning to make my own things, so is it really any small wonder that I’d be interested in a book that provides inspiration for different projects using garden plants?
Well, it’s been ages since I’ve written a cookbook review (not since Pure Delicious! :O )!, but I’m back at it again, and super excited because I love and adore Skinnytaste and she is out with her second cookbook!
The Cauliflower Tots, Avocado Mango Salsa, and Loaded Santa Fe Baked Sweet Potatoes on my blog are inspired/adapted …
What do you think the perfect comfort food is? For me, it’s always been soup and/or chili. While that perhaps tends to be more fitting in the colder months (e.g. come fall and/or winter), broths and stocks can be awesome in all sorts of different dishes too! They’re also simple and inexpensive to make!
Welcome to Fairyburger! :] I'm Farrah, a first-year Family Medicine intern who aspires to lead by example, and loves all things fitness and food-related, finding great deals, and making every moment count.
Fairyburger chronicles my journeys through school and residency while balancing a life filled with volunteering, travel, fitness (especially lifting, dancing, + attempting to learn MMA), occasionally-disastrous kitchen experiments, and half a billion other interests on the side.