Foodierama, surprisingly enough, is a food blog. As a culinary fan since childhood, I decided to share my culinary experiments, recipes, foos stalls and restaurants I go to, interesting markets I come across when I travel, and strange ingredients I like to buy and then chanllenge myself with them in the kitchen.
Post sponsored by La Crema Wines. See below for more details. In the past month, I’ve eaten more mushrooms and tofu than I’ve had in the rest of my life combined. My tastes are shifting and while I still won’t actively seek those ingredients, I’m not opposed to the meals I’m served. So, when La [...]
I grew up watching my mom roast acorn squash halves with a bit of butter and brown sugar. I’d watch with fascination that something so simple could be so delicious. Of course, I didn’t get it then (I was in a very big anti-vegetable phase). However, fast forward to present day, and I love simple [...]
For some time, I backed away from quinoa a bit. It became so popular that it was everywhere (and still is to a certain extent). I moved on from quinoa and dove into all the other grains. And yet, it still remains one of my favorite grains (especially now that it’s being successfully grown in [...]
I have a problem at farmers’ markets: I can never leave without beets. I think that every variety is gorgeous and I’ll always find a use for them (both the greens and roots). This is my seasonal, forward-thinking salad. The dill and lemon brighten the salad to make it feel more like a spring dish. [...]
During the later winter months, I start moving away from heavy meals. I crave simple, fresh meals. This einkorn salad has been a favorite of mine for years. I love the warmth of the einkorn paired with the Brussels. You could easily leave the Brussels raw and do more of a slaw- also delicious! I [...]