That's not a slight on you, if you readers are indeed existent. (Or, I don't know, maybe you enjoy existential crises. If so, you might be an English PhD student like me.)
That's right. You read that parenthetical comment correctly: since the last time I updated this blog, I have graduated from undergrad at Cornell, and am now
|Roasted fingerling potatoes (multi-colored!) & broccoli (curried!), but most importantly: Sarah Manning|
Let's cut to the chase though: I am a terrible blogger.
|Raspberry muffins: made with this blueberry muffin recipe, substituting raspberries instead|
The last time I updated was more than two years ago. No goodbye, no apologies... nothing. I just up and went. Can we blame it on the grad school applications? Well, not really, since I didn't take the GREs until the September of that fateful year (2013) and then the Literature Subject GRE in October and then applications in December and January... and then the last year of undergrad.
|Ah, those days... the sandwiches from Temple of Zeus I remember fondly; the GREs, not so much.|
I learned to cook, added more baking recipes to my arsenal, and still. Crickets.
I never touched this blog.
How naive was I back then in the summer of
|Fruit-infused vodka (1, 2, 3, 4), and also see: fruit-vodka lychee-juice cocktail.|
|When your popovers are more photogenic than you are.|
Until then, here is a link to my Instagram (username: @airplangs), where I mostly post photos of food I eat and occasionally even food that I've cooked. Me! I can cook! (When I'm not being lazy/too stressed out to eat anything other than potato chips and bread.) I've even come up with my own concoctions, like the mini latticed blueberry pies (shown below), roasted potatoes and curried broccoli (pictured above, with the Orphan Black picture because oh god yes, that show gives me LIFE), and other easy/healthy one-person dishes, so hopefully (maybe this winter break! Or more likely, next summer break) I will get my butt back into gear and post some recipes for you!
|Mini blueberry pies, made with crescent dough, and accompanied by Oryx and Crake|
Ever yours in procrastination,