Vegan in Paris

French food is generally famous for being stinky, fatty, meaty, cheesy and glorious, but it doesn’t really come to mind when thinking of vegan options. So, what can a vegan, who speaks no French* and can’t afford the restaurants, eat in Paris? Baguette! Baguette is probably the best bread in the world. It is nothing…

Quesadillas

Tasty, easy Quesadillas with guacamole and salsa fresca made up our first meal from Mexico. Quesadillas are popular in Mexico and in the United States, but there are some differences. Mexican Quesadillas use corn tortillas, not flour, tend to have only one or two fillings, and are made by folding one tortilla in half, not…

New-York Pizza and waldorf salad

I love making pizza. I have this pizza base recipe I was given in a high-school hospitality class, and I’ve used it ever since. In an odd piece of coincidence, my recipe for Waldorf Salad is also something I picked up in that same class. Seems like something from high-school stuck after all. I haven’t…

Tex-mex night

***Oddly, I published this yesterday, but it isn’t there. ??? anyway, if it comes up twice, that’s why.*** Tex-mex food is a sort of knock-off of actual Mexican food, eaten and created in Texas (and all over the States). I can’t find reliable info on who created these dishes, but it was either Mexican people…