This was adapted from both the linked recipe from the New York Times and my hazy recollection of a soup I made in England but apparently failed to post the recipe for on the blog. My reasons for making it back then can essentially be boiled down to: “I want an excuse to have a […]Read more "Recipe: Tomato-fennel soup"
This is the result of me re-scaling my original granola recipes to fit the single sheet pan I have in my dorm at Harvard, and the available ingredients. I’ve gone with the apparently more common method of adding the dried fruit at the end to prevent burning (which eliminates the previously necessary step of pre-soaking […]Read more "Recipe: Harvard one-pan granola"
It’s Columbus Day! Which is not something we should be celebrating, because as everyone reading this probably already knows, Columbus was not exactly a great guy, nor was he particularly pioneering. (Note: while I like that the second link points out just how many different groups of non-Americans either possibly or definitely made it to North […]Read more "Outings and intersectionality (oh my!)"
As Dartmouth’s Homecoming weekend comes to a close, I could list many things I miss about my undergrad alma mater. I enjoyed hiking Franconia with freshmen, training and chilling out with the ski team, petting Mike Silverman’s adorable dogs between homework problems, long conversations on random topics with floormates and friends. Food-wise, I miss Collis […]Read more "Recipe: Apple-cheddar scones"