I recently had a revelation: Tuna Cakes! But before I dig into the recipe, let me tell you a bit about the background to this culinary adventure. Growing up, I went to camp in Maine every summer. I loved it! Not only for the camp itself, but also for the Maine lobster. After my last summer, my dad came to pick me up and we drove from Boston to NY, stopping by Cape Cod for a few days.
Happy Monday! This week is a good week: it’s my last week of classes as a Sophomore. I can’t believe I’m almost halfway done with my college career. Time really does fly. In celebration, I’m not afraid to say that this dish is one of the best I have cooked since I started Stovetop Story. Though I don’t usually have a set of preferred recipes, this may be one of the best culinary surprises I have had so far.
I love salads! In fact I love them so much that it’s all I ever want to eat when the weather gets warmer. I just like that it’s cold, fresh, and healthy. But I’m always on the lookout for other options too, like cold soups or sandwiches to avoid getting bored. I recently got into vegetable noodles for example; one of the best things that entered my culinary world this past year actually.
Happy belated Easter everyone! It’s good to be back. I actually went to Nashville last week and got to discover Southern cuisine, which was absolutely delicious! Shrimp & grits, sticky buns and chicken were definitely the way to go. However, it is on the “heavier” side of the food spectrum and I felt like I needed something fresh, with plenty of vegetables for lunch today! Introducing my new obsession: cauliflower couscous!
It’s been a while! I was actually on a trip to Nashville last week, so I didn’t get the chance to post recipes. Mark your calendars though, because I’ll be back with plenty of new Stovetop stories for you on Wednesday!