Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Magical Fruit

Remember those beans I mentioned last week? Well, I lied. I never soaked them. Although I was planning on doing it right after I published the last post, I never got around to it. Fortunately, black beans don’t actually need … Continue reading

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The Unhealthy Truth

At TEDxAustin last week, Robyn O’Brien gave a moving story of the beginning of her concern over the food industry, which was sparked by the allergic reaction of one of her children over breakfast. This begged the question, “what is … Continue reading

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Crock Pot Pot Roast

Lately I’ve been sooo lazy. I’m not sure if it’s because I’m trying to fix my sleeping schedule after it was hit by spring break or something else. All I know is that I’ve been sleeping a lot and not … Continue reading

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Quack’s 43rd Street Bakery

Despite the varying quality of products I get here, I love this place. Something about Quack’s just keeps drawing me back. It may be the quaint atmosphere of the place, with big windows, colorful walls, and the ever-present small crowd. … Continue reading

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The Taco Taxi

The Taco Taxi is a small bike trailer that sells tacos made by my friend Brian, who studied culinary arts at Galveston College and has been working in food for 12 years. When you’re there you might also see my … Continue reading

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Quick Update

Spinach pizza with caramelized onions, garlic, and chicken. Hey guys! I haven’t been posting too often because of midterms. Boy are they stressful! I am so happy that it’s spring break. After ending the school week with some less than … Continue reading

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Homemade Pizza

I never knew how easy it was to make homemade pizza. But now that I know, I’m hooked. It doesn’t take long, it’s cheap, and it tastes good. You could make it even cheaper, and probably tastier, by making your … Continue reading

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