About the Author
Steph is a twenty-something professional living and cooking in D.C. She prefers salty to sweet and is captivated by small dogs wearing sweaters.
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Tag Archives: Vegetarian
I was first introduced to Portobello mushrooms eons ago while dining at a lakeside restaurant in Lake George, New York. I had never encountered “Portobello Mushroom Burger” on a menu before, and almost every member of my family ordered it. … Continue reading
I love breakfast, so much so that I often whip up breakfast at dinner time. Breakfast hasn’t quite been the same without gluten, though. No more Sunday morning fluffy pancakes, everything bagel fresh from the toaster, or one of my dad’s egg sandwiches on a Thomas’ … Continue reading
Now, don’t get me wrong, I love me some Momma’s old-fashioned potato salad. But I live in D.C. Dining on a creamy potato salad in the swamp-like heat and humidity of the nation’s capitol is, well, less than appetizing. (Although I would … Continue reading
C’s Mom gave me LOVEFOOD’s “Gluten, Wheat, and Dairy Free” cookbook (in addition to a very cute polka dotted apron) the last time she paid us a visit from NYC. Artfully crafted, I poured over the pages, mesmerized by the photography as … Continue reading
Breakfast for dinner? Dinner for breakfast? You must be talking about quiche. My earliest memory of quiche is actually my mom’s first attempt at quiche. After defrosting a package of frozen chopped spinach and squeezing out the water, my Mom threw the spinach right … Continue reading
Measuring does not come naturally to me in the kitchen, which I have found to be a challenge when developing this blog. What’s the point if readers cannot recreate the dishes I am writing about in their own kitchens? My main … Continue reading