Balsamic Glazed Chicken

I am always happy when I cook balsamic chicken because it sends me back to the time when one of my very good friends (one of the longest I’ve had) taught me to cook chicken in her dorm room. Balsamic chicken was a favorite recipe of hers and she would invite everyone over to feast on it. I’ve enhanced this recipe with a balsamic glaze to bring it out of the dorm-age, but it’s largely the same and still incredibly … Continue reading

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Rachel’s Twice-Baked Potatoes

Today’s post comes courtesy of my good friend, Rachel Wolbers. We both share a love for Paris, calorie consumption, and humor. She also makes the best twice-baked potatoes! I’ve tried making them on my own many times but have constantly failed, so Rachel is here to teach us all how to master her art. This picture sums up my relationship with Rachel: From Rachel:¬†When Pam asked me if I wanted to guest post on her blog, I could not have … Continue reading

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Hummus at Home

We recently bought a can of chickpeas. I don’t know why because I dislike chickpeas’ gritty texture. They have been banned from my salads! But I’m glad we bought them because it motivated me to finally try making hummus at home. And it’s delicious!! Unfortunately, I did not have any tahini (sesame seed paste), and Trader Joe’s (the only supermarket within walking distance of my apartment) did not carry it. No surprise there. So I decided to make my own. … Continue reading

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