I feel like I’ve been failing in my duties as a blogger. This time last year, I was scouring the depths of the internet, cookbooks, food magazines and old standbys for the best summer recipes. Recently, I’ve only flipped through the food magazines that I get just so I can rip out a few recipes and ditch the rest of the magazine, stopping the pile from forming before it starts.
Cooking is still happening in my kitchen, there just aren’t many recipes being used, and when I do test out recipes that I think sound good, they aren’t good enough for me to want to share with you. Continue reading “Pasta with cream”
Oh, Argentina. I have quite a few entertaining stories from when I studied abroad there, including being trapped on a bus for 56 hours for a 4 or 5 day trip, being told to go to the hardware store to DIY a cast for a sprained ankle, and eating hot mayo on rice for two meals in one day. (Luckily the last one was only one day, but man were those two meals practically impossible to choke down.)
When I planned to go to Argentina, I really didn’t know what to expect. I knew about my living situation and a bit about the types of classes I would be taking, but I didn’t actually know much about the country or the culture. The one thing that I did expect, besides speaking a lot of Spanish, was eating a lot of good food. Continue reading “Chorizo burgers”