Some days I don’t feel like cooking. At. All. You probably know the days – the ones when you’re tired, it’s hot, and you lack motivation to do anything in the kitchen that will take much effort, but you also want to eat something that is relatively healthy and light. Today was one of those … Continued
I was browsing. Just trying to mind my own business. But, then I heard a deep voice – a la Michael Clarke Duncan – ask, “What’s for dinner?” Standing next to me was the butcher – as imposing as his voice, arms crossed as if proudly surveying the meat, poultry, and seafood refrigeration units that … Continued
Each day last week, I woke to the sound of the surf and the chatter of pigeons which, like clockwork, flocked to the rafters above our window at exactly 6:30 am. Usually, I’m an early riser, but I was on vacation. Kind of. My husband and I went with the intention of working on a … Continued
If you love salmon and egg yolk, this dish is for you. They complement each other nicely. And the dish is quick to prepare, whether you make it as a power breakfast or serve it for brunch.
Today was another cake-baking day. My mom has a brunch once a year to which I usually bring a fruit plate or something boring like that. I jumped at making dessert this year, instead. I now do this for most events I’m invited to, because a) dessert is my favorite meal of the day, and b) I know that if I make it, I can eat it. But I digress. This post is about tuna poke, not cake. It’s just that the tuna was the lunch we nibbled at while frosting the cake.
Several years ago, I found myself at a fancy Italian restaurant where I did not recognize a single dish on the menu. I ordered a simple Tuna dish with lemon, Kalamata olives, and parsley. Tonight, I was craving tuna-mac casserole, but what I wound up making brought back memories of that first dish.