By popular demand – I’m back to share my secrets to eating my whole weekly 8lb share of vegetables from my Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)! Follow these 4 tips and I guarantee you will get your “5 a day.” 1. Stick to a theme There is a reason why Italians use tomato sauce and Chinese soy … Continue reading Weekday Vegetarian: What to make with all these CSA vegetables
I recently joined Sixth Street Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) on 6th St and Avenue C! For those of you who don’t know, CSA refers to a network of individuals who pledge to support local farms by paying in advance for a share of the anticipated harvest. In exchange for an upfront sum of $445, I receive a “half … Continue reading 7 Day Vegan Challenge
Bosnians are very open to talk about their country’s history. So friendly and helpful as well. We made some great friends, mainly locals, in Sarajevo and plan to keep in touch with them. You can tell that they genuinely care about their guests and want to show them the best time possible. And for a … Continue reading Inside Bosnia’s Capital City
When you talk to others that are traveling as well, whether it be at hostels or out somewhere, you get a lot of recommendations for places to stay, things to do, or cities to visit. Mostar in southwest Bosnia and Herzegovina was one of those places. We stayed two nights at Taso’s guest house in … Continue reading Quick Stop in Mostar
Or, “VERY good” for you non-Polish speakers. Polish people like to have their biggest meal of the day around 3 o’clock. Their breakfast and dinners are slightly lighter, consisting of a variety of “build your own” open faced sandwiches. Lunch usually begins with a soup followed by a plate of meat or fish with a … Continue reading Polish food is bardzo dobry!