Appearances lie. That’s one of the first things my mother taught me when I was a small kid. And while she used it mostly to explain me why I should never accept candy from strangers, today I’m going to use it in regard to this soup. So don’t let its appearance fool you. The picture […]
La Boheme: c'est moi.
(La Boheme: it's me.)
This is just a short intro of who I am. If you’d like to learn more about me, please visit my personal blog BohemianTranscendence.com on which I talk about philosophy, life, and, of course, myself.
I first claimed I could cook at age 19, just when I started doing regular strength. Of course, at that time, my idea of cooking was limited to knowing how to make a good lettuce salad and how to grill chicken. I was probably one of the few people on earth who didn’t mind eating the same meal over and over and over again. Things changed about two years later when I moved to the U.S. and discovered in cooking a way of preserving my culture. Preparing traditional dishes for dinner parties with friends or for the holidays was how I expressed part of myself as an individual. Without noticing, I slowly picked up more and more recipes and even began to (successfully) improvise with my own ones.
Nowadays, I continue my “studies” in the domain of cooking, always looking to combine healthy with tasty, while living what I describe as a modern bohemian lifestyle. And of course, I hope to share with you what I enjoy sharing so much with my friends.
Welcome to my BohemianKitchen.
PS: On the picture, I am at a friend's house, holding a delicious French Tarte Tatin, seconds before turning it upside down.Close
Feeling social? La Boheme loves receiving mail.
To be honest, I’m not really sure I can call this a “defiance” of the San Fran weather. Because the truth is, I love our cool (or cold, depending on whom you ask) weather. Still, those chicken kebabs are definitely defying the idea that you can’t grill on a windy and foggy day. I had […]