When we decided to make tabbouleh salad with steel cut oats instead of bulgur, the grain normally used to make tabbouleh, we knew that we wanted nice, separate grains, so we went with the pour-over cooking method.
Falafel is thought to have originated in Alexandria, Egypt during the times of the Roman Empire. Because Alexandria was a port city, this portable and easy to eat on-the-go food quickly spread all over the region.
In recent years the popularity of falafel has grown immensely, and it is now a common food around the world, with people from every continent putting their own spin on the dish.… Continue Reading
This time last year, overnight oats were the talk of the town, and as far as food trends go, it seemed to be one that everyone could unanimously agree was fantastic. And, as self-proclaimed Oat Enthusiasts (and lovers of putting any and all food in jars), it’s one trend that we are happy to see hasn’t lost its momentum.… Continue Reading