Call me crazy, but I find the act of cooking calming. The act of stirring, cutting, mincing, slicing…it’s rhythmic and almost therapeutic. Read More
If you follow me on Snapchat (@fooduzzi), you’ll know that my burrito bowl game is fierce.
There’s just something so comforting, so divine, so gosh-darn addictive about that rice-veggie-sauce combination that makes me craveeee it every single week.Read More
When I was younger, taco salads were on the menu nearly every week. And nearly every week, I looked forward to diving into my carefully crafted, custom taco salad masterpiece.
A mountain of spicy ground beef, an avalanche of shredded cheese, and a pile of creamy guacamole…I think it’s clear why taco salad night in the Peduzzi household was pure heaven.
I don’t know about you, but I’m a huge fan of routines.
I always wake up at 6 AM. I always eat the same breakfast (well, unless this is on the menu). I always drink a cup of green tea in the morning. I always make Mark breakfast.
And, most importantly, we always go to Trader Joe’s on Saturdays.Read More
I’m a huge fan of keeping meals as simple as possible during the week.
I don’t know about you, but by the time I get home from work on a Tuesday, my brain is pretty much fried beyond the point of talking, let alone putting together an impressive, elaborate meal.
For this reason, Mark and I get into meal ruts. Bad. We make the same roasted vegetable salad every week, at least once a week. We always have some sort of Mexican food, whether it be burrito bowls or tacos. We always have popcorn. It’s hard to change it up when we have these tasty meals down to a system.Read More
I’m a huge sucker for traditions.
One of my favorite family traditions is putting up the Christmas tree the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Whilst listening to Christmas tunes and watching The Grinch that night. We do this every year. Religiously. Come hell or high water.
One year, however, I made plans with a friend to go Christmas shopping. My dad needed to utter but four words to make me instantly cancel these plans in favor of a garland and ornament-filled day: “But it’s a tradition…”Read More
As you probably know from my countless mentionings of this very phenomenon, I am graduating from college this Saturday.
Like, six days from today. I will be donning the ol’ cap-n-gown, walking across a stage while my name is called, and flipping my tassel from right to left. I truly cannot believe this part of my life is complete.