Breakfast (or lunch considering how I usually get out of bed around 12 a.m.) is my favorite meal to cook. I’ve gotten it down to a science, really. About three to four months ago I had the great idea to have make my interpretation of an English breakfast by incorporating baked beans and sautéed mushrooms with whatever else I was craving that week. After having eaten almost the same meal every day, my breakfast go-to includes a combination of:
- baked beans
- baked sweet potato fries
- sautéed mushrooms with garlic
- green onion and spinach egg omelette (or scramble if the omelette breaks!)
- English muffins with jam or hummus
- sunny-side up egg
- small salad
- green or fruit smoothie
What’s your go-to breakfast?
And… we’re back for part two of my Milk Bar baking project! (Peep my post about how I made Milk Bar’s birthday layer cake here!) After making my beloved cake, I had leftover cake and cake crumbs I didn’t want to go to waste, so I decided to make Milk Bar’s birthday truffles.
Yes, yes, yes they’re not white chocolate like they’re supposed to be. But, but, but I didn’t want to run to the store to pick up white chocolate chips and had brown chocolate chips on hand.
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I wanna thank my sister for introducing me to one of my favorite Korean dishes. It’s the perfect combination of ramen, tteokbokki (always a winner), and whatever toppings you want to add. If you love spicy food, rice cakes, and fish cakes, this one’s for you. If you don’t, you’re missing out.
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I’m in the process of decorating my living room and wanted a garland of some sort to hang over my tapestry to add some texture to the space. After some snooping around the Internet, I decided to make my own tassel garland with yarn.
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First thing’s first: I love Milk Bar and Christina Tosi. The last time I went to New York City, I was there for three days and went to Milk Bar five times. I own the Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook, spazzed out when Christina joined MasterChef, and went to the Twist pop-up in town.
My boyfriend’s birthday was last week, and I decided to finally redeem myself from the first time I attempted to make this cake (it sucked) and try to make my favorite birthday cake for a second time. BOYYYYYYYYYY, I think I came pretty close. (Keep reading to see how I made it!)
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Throughout grade school, I loved using an agenda. I lived for using colored pins to color code my classes and moving that flimsy plastic bookmark ruler between pages every week. In college, I used Moleskines and loved my highlighting system to keep track of exams, club events, and personal life. My agenda was my baby, and when I graduated, I relied — miraculously enough — on my memory until there were too many things happening to keep track of.
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I’m running out of food in the fridge and had enough leftovers from the week to put together some fried rice for a couple of days. I feel like I don’t need to tell you about fried rice, but I will tell you, “I told you so” re: having the ability to make more than muffins (read about my muffin adventures here and here).
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