Of all the things you could do with parsley, chimichurri is for me the best. It goes well with almost anything, it’s super cheap and the taste will blow your mind. I’ve been making it for sometime and this recipe is what I find most fitting to my taste, but feel free to experiment to come up with your own variation.
I still believe in paradise. But now at least I know it’s not some place you can look for. Because it’s not where you go. It’s how you feel for a moment in your life when you’re a part of something. And if you find that moment… It lasts forever.
Heaven on Earth still exists. Skillfully hidden from the hordes of tourists and all the programs designed with a sole reason – to take your money! Phi Phi islands are one of those places. I’m sure you’ve seen The Beach with Di Caprio. Well, something like that was on my mind when I came to Phi Phi.
Ah! Ce Paris! I want to stay for months. Watch people come and go while sitting in a bistro on the bank of the Seine. Spend days lost in the corridors of the Louvre. Wait for hours to get up on the Eiffel Tower. Buy myself a real French baguette… You shouldn’t visit Paris like this. On the run.
But, all I could do on that January 19th was to run through the city. I had a few hours between flights and decided to make the best of it!
There’s something about the levantine cuisine that makes it’s dishes one of the most loved throughout the world. I myself am not at all immune to it’s charms and let me tell you, I could easily live on hummus and baba ganoush alone. Many people I know loath the eggplants but I like to think that when there is an ingredient that you don’t like it’s more that you still haven’t discovered the best way for you to eat it, so you should just keep looking. And I believe, if that ingredient is eggplant, this recipe is the one that will make you fall in love with it.