Red Pepper-Baked Egg with Mushrooms and Tomato Rice




Have you ever had a sudden realization that rocked your (culinary) world? Like a kitchen revelation? That “Eureka effect” or “Aha! moment”?

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Noodle Soup with a Poached Egg for Rainy Days



There are very few things better than a hot bowl of noodle soup on a rainy day. And when I say very few, I really mean almost none. These bowls always instantly make you feel better. They warm you up inside and leave you satisfied every single time.

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Banana-Mixed Berries Overnight Oats



Remember my Bircher Muesli recipe from a couple months ago? Well as the weather keeps getting nicer, and my workload bigger, my crazy “overnight oats obsession” is coming back full speed.

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Couscous Tabouli and Homemade Hummus


I know I’ve already told you that Asian cuisine (and all kinds of it!) ranks among my favorite types of food, but Lebanese comes as a close second. Growing up, I was fortunate enough to have two great Lebanese restaurants right by my house. My mom and I would often get it to-go, and our go-to order always had our all-time favorites: Keftedes (meatballs), Hummus, Baba Ganouj (broiled eggplant) and Tabouli.

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Sweet Potato Gnocchi with a Brown Butter and Sage Sauce






A few weeks ago, I took a great cooking class at school! Not only was I extremely happy to learn new recipes, but I also loved the idea of cooking at school. Unfortunately, we can’t ordinarily take cooking classes here. Wouldn’t it be amazing to bake a cake, grill a steak, or poach an egg for credit? I certainly would love to! And I truly believe that cooking is a lifelong skill that should be taught like sciences.

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