Vegetarian Eggs Benedict

Washington, D.C.: the capital of our great nation. Teeming with senators and representatives, monuments and museums, Sasha and Malia, the District expends a lot of energy. And what sustains the (arguably) most important city in the world? Brunch. Any good yuppie, facing a long week at their start-up or non-profit, depends on Sunday brunch to inspire and enrich them.… Read the rest

Spicy Roasted Chickpeas

What is a snack? For some it’s a handful of nuts after yoga. For others it’s carrots with hummus before an exam. Perhaps it’s a mid-morning apple, to keep you from eating three of the Krispy Kremes that your “friendly” coworker left in the kitchen. To me, a snack connotes a small amount of food that gives you a reason to exist between meals.… Read the rest

Painfully Easy Peanut Noodles

Sometimes I just want to take a bowl of noodles to the face. I don’t want vegetables, I don’t want protein, I just want pasta and sauce. In a different lifetime I’m sure I could attribute this craving to my rigid exercise schedule and resulting Olympian caloric intake. For now I’ll just say eating a large amount of the same food feels good.  … Read the rest

Super Bowl Bean Dip

Ah, sporting events. They exist, and people like them. Although I’ve yelled at the television over the violent and masculine game of tennis, the emotion behind football is harder for me to understand. Why are so many teams named after birds? Where is Coach Taylor? Wouldn’t it make sense to blitz more often?… Read the rest

Vegan Miso Soup

My record with healthy eating is inconsistent  For example, here’s a recent meal of mine captured on SnapChat:

Yes, that’s right, Taco Bell and KFC on the same plate. Who was I to leave my Quesarito™ lonely? With the company of mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, and a biscuit, this plate formed a family.… Read the rest