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This is my food journal, based mostly on local produce in season at Durham Farmers' Market. Sometimes I will eat out.
simplicity. eating raw. savoring the season.
Places in Durham that feed me
Durham Farmers' Market
Parker and Otis
Joe Van Gogh
King's Sandwich Shop
Geer St. Garden
Bull City Burger and Brewery
The Regulator Bookshop (it feeds my brain)
Tag Archives: recipe
“Instructions for living a life. Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.” -Mary Oliver I had, in fact, planned on reviving this blog around this month last year. Due to unforeseen circumstances (a light euphemism if there was one), that … Continue reading
This is a great way to extend the flavor of fennel and also an answer to “what am I going to do with all these fennel fronds?” Fennel syrup, with just star anise, tastes strongly like a yummy licorice soda … Continue reading
This is cooked more like a potato and onion frittata. You basically slice the potatoes and onions through the mandoline, and because the potatoes are fingerling, they will cook faster than normal potatoes. Add the scrambled eggs mixture and you’re … Continue reading
I love peanut noodle salad, but sometimes I don’t have the noodles and we have a glut of lettuce, so I thought I’d try using the lettuce as noodles. The rest of the ingredients came about from a traditional Korean … Continue reading
I used to eat lots of Korean BBQ (bulgogi) when I was younger. Since I don’t eat meat, I haven’t had it in a while, but the sauce can be modified easily for non-meat protein sources. I usually make the … Continue reading
Sometimes being a vegetarian means I have to get creative with protein sources. I’ve always liked lentils, and I’m in search for the perfect lentil fritters. So when I saw the recipe for lentil “meatballs,” I was intrigued. I ran … Continue reading
(the salad is the one on top) A friend of mine gave me a big bowl of this salad, and I devoured it with a nice dollop of sriracha. It’s cooling, creamy, crunchy, salty, and very, very satisfying. It tastes … Continue reading
So I have a confession. I love cabbage. I can’t stop eating it, and I miss it dearly in the summer. Part of it is because I grew up eating kimchi, which is spicy fermented cabbage, and it’s a taste … Continue reading
Hot and sour soup is one of these things that seems very simple but when you look at the recipe, the ingredient list seems daunting because it is so long. It’s even worse when you learn that you need some … Continue reading