Breakfast of Champions: “Squashbrowns”, Eggs and Ham

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What type of breakfast eater are you? Do you run out of your house with a yogurt or banana to-go and call it a day? Or do you need to sit down and take your time to enjoy a slow start to your morning? Continue reading “Breakfast of Champions: “Squashbrowns”, Eggs and Ham”

Shaved Vegetables Noodle Salad with a Soy-Ginger Dressing

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Hello everyone! It’s good to back from this week-long break. For all my American readers, I hope you got to celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family, and enjoy some time off from work as well. I actually left Philly for a week and went to NY to celebrate with my best friend and her family. Continue reading “Shaved Vegetables Noodle Salad with a Soy-Ginger Dressing”

One Sweet Potato, Three Meals: Warm Fall Salad with a Yogurt-Cider Dressing

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“Two words, eleven letters, say it and I’m yours”. S w e e t  P o t a t o.

There’s something so comforting about sweet potatoes. They never fail to brighten up a dish. The subtle sweetness and the richness they bring to the plate always hits the spot for me. I absolutely love to add some roasted cubes to any salad I make, or as a simple side dish. Continue reading “One Sweet Potato, Three Meals: Warm Fall Salad with a Yogurt-Cider Dressing”

Abel&Cole’s Melon and Halloumi Salad

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I promise this salad is the last one I’ll post for a while! (or at least until next week…) But it’s just so delicious that I couldn’t help myself but share it with you all. I should probably start off this post by reiterating that this recipe isn’t mine. It come’s from the Abel&Cole cookbook that my brother lent me over the summer. Continue reading “Abel&Cole’s Melon and Halloumi Salad”

Warm Green Quinoa Salad with Avocado, Lima Beans, and Feta Cheese

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It’s finally my favorite time of the semester here in Philly, aka Restaurant Week! Basically for two weeks, twice a year, most of the best restaurants in town offer a $35 three-course menu. It’s an amazing deal for college students to have a taste of delicious places in town, that would otherwise be out of reach. I always anxiously await the dates to make reservations well in advance and discover a new place every time. Continue reading “Warm Green Quinoa Salad with Avocado, Lima Beans, and Feta Cheese”