I officially have a French bank account, cell phone number, and library card. Anyone that has lived, or even visited, France will likely understand the associated bureaucratic nightmare and appreciate the fact that accomplishing such feats called for a well-deserved celebration. In other words, macaroons at Feuillette.
For the past few months, I’ve been on the zoodle bandwagon. It’s a delicious, healthy, and incredibly easy dish to prepare. However, to celebrate the changing of the seasons, I decided to switch it up a bit by swapping out zucchini for spaghetti squash. Continue reading “a taste of fall, featuring spaghetti squash”
Since graduating from college, the month of September has taken on a whole new meaning. Although the days are getting shorter and August is slowly fading away into my memory, this no longer means trips to Staples, a back-to-school wardrobe, or first-day-of-school jitters. For the first time in a really long time, it just feels like autumn. And maybe, just maybe, I can actually enjoy the changing of the seasons by spending more time outside rather than cooped up in library cubicles dimly lit with the ever-so-flattering fluorescent glow. Continue reading “a taste of fall, featuring a healthy apple crisp”