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Vegan Restaurant Rave: Millenium

I ate at the world-renowned restaurant Millenium in March when my Mom and cousins, who are vegan, were in town. As an amateur to vegan restaurants, I was initially apprehensive of getting a meal that was of small portions and … Continue reading

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Beans Ahsa Lu: An Italian Depression Dish

My family stems from several European countries but if you asked me about my heritage, the response would be simple: I’m Italian. It’s not that I have less pride for my Irish or German counterparts, they just play a much … Continue reading

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PB&J Smoothie

Last night my boyfriend and I cooked a heavy, Southern-inspired meal consisting of homemade macaroni & cheese and cornbread so I was in the mood for something light and fresh when I woke up this morning. Typical of most Monday … Continue reading

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How To: Classic Peanut Butter Cookies

In my opinion, not much can go wrong when using peanut butter in the kitchen (hence this blog’s title). Peanut butter is a staple in my diet, giving mundane veggies a new life (ahem, celery) and even the most delicious … Continue reading

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Spring Salad

After a month of gloomy weather in San Francisco I can’t help but feel excited to say hello to the month of March. While most Spring veggies aren’t quite ripe enough yet (I’m anxiously awaiting for juicy red tomatoes), I … Continue reading

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Brocoli Stir-Fry With Chicken & Mushrooms

When it comes to the kitchen I usually don’t stray far from my comfort zone of baking sweets but I was inspired by an article in the New York Times titled, “Chop, Fry, Boil: Eating for One, or 6 Billion,”¬†on … Continue reading

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Cookie Craving: Peanut Butter, Oatmeal, Chocolate Chip

The first week of classes always leaves me feeling overtired & a bit frazzled, so I decided to turn to a familiar recipe that was sure to have a delectable outcome. I combined three favorites: chocolate, peanut butter, and old-fashioned … Continue reading

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