Zapallos are an Argentine squash, very similar to a zucchini. They are buttery and mild and one of the cheapest vegetables at the verduleria. They are versatile and can be incorporated into a number of dishes, but I think they make great quiches.
Sometimes I can’t wait until Sunday morning to have brunch. Sometimes I need to have brunch on Thursday evening. Brinner, anyone? This vegetarian casserole was simple to make, hearty and delicious. It made a great dinner, and would be
Winter is officially here, and I am freezing. The heating in my apartment leaves warmth to be desired and I constantly complain that I am freezing to death, but just to put this in perspective, it is sunny and I don’t even own a
It is 10 am on a Saturday morning and I don’t want to get out of bed, because my room is cold and I can hear the wind blowing outside. I’m wide awake but unwilling to leave the warmth of my divinely comfortable bed. The only thing that
WHAT is a mandioca? I tried to ask my easily excitable verdulerera, and she babbled off an answer in heavily accented Bolivian Spanish. I can never understand her. I looked at the light brown, furry tuber and tried to understand it. It looked
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There is something magical about the simple humita empanada. The exact definition of humita can change drastically depending on the country, but in Buenos Aires
Brooke uncovered a blog recipe treasure and passed along the post for An Idaho Sunrise Egg Stuffed Potatoes. I found it to be a particularly clever recipe
My lazy sunday ended in a new recipe made from a special treat from home, that I had been saving for a lazy Sunday and a new recipe: a can of salmon.
This little treasure traveled from Seattle to Buenos Aires in my suitcase, so I could have a little
- Red Lentils
- Milk or Coconut Milk
- Tomato Paste
- Curry Powder
- Coconut flakes
- Salt and Pepper
Soak the lentils. Saute