10 things France has taught me about food

If you were to tell me in high school that, after graduating college, I would pack up and move abroad, I would more than likely have laughed in your face. My image of post-graduate life involved hole-in-the-wall NYC apartments and cubicles, not working abroad. But I suppose life can surprise you when you'd least expect it because, as … Continue reading 10 things France has taught me about food

Lately on Instagram: back to school edition

To be honest with you, my Instagram account hasn't been too active lately. Maybe it's because my days of summery and colorful foods, city adventures, and #internlifestruggles have been replaced with dining hall meals, campus adventures, and #studentlifestruggles. I can't complain, though, because I've been spending time with my wonderful roommates, in class, and running A LOT … Continue reading Lately on Instagram: back to school edition

a taste of Boston’s local food culture at Allandale Farm

"If you see a really beautiful tomato, don't you want to know where it came from and how it was grown?" asked John Lee when explaining the advantages of eating local.  "People want to have access to their farmer." Lee, who serves as the general manager of Allandale Farm, oversees 30 acres of cultivated land with over a … Continue reading a taste of Boston’s local food culture at Allandale Farm

Homemade Hummus and Other Healthy Snacks

I'm always down to eat garbanzo beans in any form, whether they be roasted, tossed in salads, out of the can, or, my personal favorite, in hummus form. Because it pairs well with pretty much everything (carrots, crackers, sandwiches, celery, etc.) hummus has earned its prestigious spot as one of my go-to snacks. My favorite brand … Continue reading Homemade Hummus and Other Healthy Snacks