Roasted Dill Salmon, Sweet Potato, & Brussels Sprouts

One of the easiest AND delicious meals I've made in awhile, this series of recipes will blow you away. It's so simple, but so good, I don't know how to explain it. I'm going to give you these recipes in paragraphs rather than my normal style just to keep it short and to the point. … Continue reading Roasted Dill Salmon, Sweet Potato, & Brussels Sprouts

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Power Hour Salad

Alright, listen up. You have a limited income (probably, if you're a college student suffering from a broken lending system that we can't escape even with bankruptcy LOL FUN), and you may not eat very healthy all the time because of it. That's okay though, we are going to change that. Making this salad is … Continue reading Power Hour Salad

Odd Thoughts: September 26th

As I sit here on my break at work, I am painfully reminded of the time just a month ago when I wished I was back in school and busy. Oh how young and naive I was at 20 years and 8 months old. With almost no free time, except for when I'm not sacrificing … Continue reading Odd Thoughts: September 26th

Breakfast Tacos

This recipe is so easy, so I want to write it concisely so you can get to enjoying these wonderful vegetarian tacos Ingredients: Cherry tomatoes, sliced in half Shredded Cheese (Mexican, White Cheddar, Pepper Jack) Avocado, peeled and mashed Tortillas, taco sized Lettuce, chopped Greek Yogurt or Sour Cream, for topping Hot Sauce (I love … Continue reading Breakfast Tacos

Note: Whole Wheat Flour

Whether it's whole wheat or white whole wheat flour, you are going to have to be careful while using it when baking. This flour is tricky and sticky. If you are making a batter, ensure that you DO NOT OVERMIX. The best way to make certain you don't is to only mix until you can't … Continue reading Note: Whole Wheat Flour

My Garden

Living in College Park was a constant reminder of what I missed at home; my garden. In the concrete stop between Baltimore and D.C, there was little room to grow anything unless it was at the school. I discovered, a bit too late, about the community garden plots I could have rented. Now I'm home, … Continue reading My Garden

Farmor’s Birthday

Today was my grandma's birthday, a day after my father's. I can't imagine giving birth a day before my own birthday. She's an incredible woman who deserves a lot more credit than she's given. I'm not talking about giving her lots of gifts and presents. Actions and choices speak much louder than objects and words. … Continue reading Farmor’s Birthday