Author Archives: Huacachina

Kasha

I ate kasha for the first time tonight and I am in love. I’ve always been delighted by the flavor of buckwheat- as tea, pancakes, and soba noodles -but kasha is a whole new world of texture and deep and … Continue reading

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I made a big pot of tomato soup yesterday, using fresh local tomatoes, homemade chicken stock, herbs, butter, and caramalized onions. It was sweet and rich in flavor, without a touch of added sugar. I brought some of the leftovers … Continue reading

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For a little piece of heaven, toast a bit of good bread till its nice and warm. Have some crumbled up bitter dark chocolate nearby and add it to the bread as soon as it comes out of the toaster. … Continue reading

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My dinner last night

I snacked on a raw carrot while cooking, not the tasteless baby carrot variety of course. I bakec chicken drumsticks without the skin, not to reduce fat but because I often find it slightly nauseating. I dipped the drumsticks in … Continue reading

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As an egyptian, I LOVE blackstrap molasses, we call it “black honey” and we include it in our breakfast meal, ohh you want the recipe! it might be shocking but you’re not gonna know until you try, put a couple … Continue reading

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Good headache food: Cold cucumber salad, marinated for at least a day, also good with some cold lentils mixed into the vinaigrette Spaghetti with marinara that has the perfect amount of sweetness and tartness Crisp gem lettuce with olive oil … Continue reading

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It has been said, that to wear a scarlet dress in a cemetery can attract the spirit of a lover long dead. Michael Faudet

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