How I Became a
In 2016 I took the plunge and moved to New York City with $160 and an unpaid fashion internship. It was the first time I was really living on my own and having to cook and provide for myself. I was living in Chinatown at the time so I was surrounded by quick and cheap meal options, as well as inexpensive seafood markets. **Yes, I get all my seafood from Chinatown.
The first meal I learned to cook for myself was just salmon, rice, and broccoli. For experienced home cooks I'm sure you're thinking "well that's easy," but for someone who has a strong history of always burning popcorn this was a big step. From there I tried to teach myself to cook more things, read more recipes, and learn about spices.
I try to make recipes that are approachable for everyone and high in plant-based ingredients. You will find recipes that make eating vegetables easy and fun, as well as, restaurants that offer a good time, amazing food, and affordability.