Spring break food photo roundup

Hey all!

What’s Spring Break for? Making all sorts of delicious food, of course! Here’s the photo roundup so far. Maybe I’ll post more photos and recipes. Let me know which ones you want to make. As always, be sure to smash that like button and share with your friends!

Curried quinoa with roasted purple cauliflower

Roasted, curried cauliflower Curried quinoa with roasted purple cauliflower

Salted chocolate chunk cookies

Salted chocolate chunk cookies Salted chocolate chunk cookies

Vegetarian stir fry with homemade peanut sauce

Stir fryStir fry

Vegetarian eggs Benedict with chevre and avocado

Vegetarian eggs benedict

Look good? Want recipes? More pictures? Let me know what you think! As always, be sure to smash that like button and share if you like the post!

Andrew

Comment question of the week

What’s your favorite holiday or vacation recipe/food? I’m a big fan of the curried quinoa.

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Berlin: hippos, chocolate, and space needles

As some of you may know, I spent a few weeks in June on a European adventure. The trip started in Budapest and ended in Berlin, two of the most fascinating cities I’ve ever visited. I’ve already posted my photos and experiences from Budapest—you can check them out here! Berlin is an incredible city, so I thought I’d share some of my thoughts and photos with you all.

Berlin Germany Travel Pictures Photos Cool Historic Weekly Show Fernsehturm Soviet Space Needle Television Tower

The Fernsehturm, Berlin’s Soviet space needle, is a television tower in what was East Berlin. It is one of the few Soviet buildings still standing. The tallest building in Germany, it houses a rotating restaurant and on a good day offers a 26-mile view.

First, some history. Berlin is the capitol of Germany and sits in the heart of mainland Europe. Its central location on the Spree, Dahme, and Havel rivers has made it the capitol of multiple empires, including the Kingdom of Prussia, the German Republic, and the Third Reich. Despite these advantages, the city has a tumultuous past. It served as the headquarters of the Central Powers and the Axis in WWI and WWII respectively, tumbling into ruin after each defeat. After the Nazi’s fall in 1945, the city was divided between the Soviets and allied powers, separated in two by the infamous Berlin Wall. The city is no stranger to reconstruction.

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Budapest: city of wonders and flooded subways

As some of you may know, I’ve spent the last few weeks on a European excursion. The trip began in Budapest, Hungary, and I am currently exploring Berlin! Budapest is an amazing city, so I thought I’d share some of my photos and impressions with you all.

First of all some history! Budapest is the capital of Hungary, and is composed of two historically independent cities, Buda and Pest. The capital sits on the Danube River, which runs through much of Central and Eastern Europe. Hungary has been invaded many times throughout its history (most recently by the Ottoman Empire, Austria, and the Soviet Union), and these influences show in Budapest’s culture, especially in its architecture. The city served as second home for many Holy Roman Emperors, fought alongside Nazi Germany during the Second World War, and fell behind the Iron Curtain until the U.S.S.R.’s collapse in 1991.

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Some light reading for the end of the world

Here is a gallery of photos from the last year! I took some of them, while others are courtesy of my brother. Click on any of them to see each photo in full size! Enjoy!

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