Where To Eat: Rome

Italy edited (54 of 73)Despite Italy having a reputation for the most widely loved cuisine, possibly in the world, we’ve heard several different people say that they haven’t had a good meal in Italy’s capitol, Rome. This, to us, is madness. Rome has such a beautiful history of unique Italian cooking, dating back hundreds of years. From deep-fried artichoke in the Jewish Quarter, to tripe and other offal from Testaccio, to delicious pasta dishes such as carbonara and cacio e pepe. Stray just a little way off of the beaten tourist path and you can find some of the best tasting food in Italy. Continue reading

Vegan Roast Garlic Pomodoro

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There are very few things in this world tastier than garlic, and one of those things is roast garlic. Mash it into any cheese sauce to take it from tasty to delicious, eat it on its own, or, our personal favorite, mash it into a rich pomodoro sauce. This recipe is painfully easy to make and is far tastier than anything you can get out of a jar. Not only is this dish delicious and healthy, but it’s also vegan, and will become a firm favorite of any of your guests, regardless of their diets. Continue reading

Super Simple Chicken Curry

curry (1 of 1)This wonderful dish is the family recipe of a dear friend who has kindly shared it with us. This recipe is deliciously simple and makes a refreshing change from ordering take out, and it’s great for gatherings since it’s so easy to cook in big batches. Feel free to customize this however you like, by adding chickpeas, big chunky bell peppers, or more chili if you’re brave enough. Continue reading

Beautifully Baked Mixed Fries

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If you want to make fast, fresh, easy, and delicious fries, then this is the recipe for you. Combining russet and sweet potatoes is a great way to add a bit of depth to your fries and the simple seasonings really bring out a wealth of flavor that you just can’t find in that bag of frozen, pre-made fries. So, whether you need the perfect side for your burger, or your just craving some tasty fries, this recipe is exactly what your looking for.  Continue reading

Gabby’s Saucy Satay Chicken Wings

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Our good friend, Gabby, very kindly gave us her signature chicken satay recipe, and let me tell you, it’s to die for. The sauce is beautifully sweet and aromatic, and having it with chicken wings instead of chicken skewers just saves so much hassle. Whether you serve it with rice for a dinner date at home, or buffet style to spice up game day, they’re perfect for any occasion. Continue reading

Amped Up Nutty Miso Ramen

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Ramen may have a reputation as the ultimate student meal since it’s dirt cheap and takes all of 3 minutes in the microwave, but it is so much more than that. Go ahead and buy those cheap packs of ramen noodles, but why not try amping it up by making your own broth and adding in some delicious toppings? This ramen recipe has everything: a rich broth, piles of noodles, earthy mushrooms, sweet pork belly, crunchy greens, and a delicious marinated egg. Once you see how easy it is to make yourself, and how much better it tastes, you’ll never go back. Continue reading

Honey Walnut Shrimp

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Honey walnut shrimp is a very popular American-Chinese dish in California. And whilst the ingredient list is somewhat odd, honey walnut shrimp is ridiculously tasty and this recipe is the best you’ll ever taste. Believe it or not, this is the healthier version, opting for sautéed shrimp instead of the original deep-fried shrimp. This deliciously sweet dish is surprisingly fast and easy to make, and is a sure hit with any crowd. Continue reading