Hi, we’re Robin Donovan and Juliana Gallin, aka Two Lazy Gourmets. We blog about super simple recipes for surprisingly delicious foods. Join us as we explore new cuisines, unusual ingredients, intriguing flavors, and unfamiliar cooking methods, breaking them all down so that you can easily replicate our recipes in your own home kitchen.
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Monthly Archives: October 2011
My mother is afraid of bread. No, she’s not one of those low-carb fanatics or even a gluten-free devotee. It’s not actually eating bread that scares her, but making it. Bear in mind that I’m talking about a professional foodie—once … Continue reading
So you’re a food-lover with some vacation days to burn, and you’ve decided to visit San Francisco. Good choice. You’ve probably already compiled a nice long list of famous five-star restaurants that you can’t wait to try. But what else … Continue reading
They say the cause of most marital discord is disagreement about money, but in my house, it’s definitely more about leftovers. I don’t so much mean leftover meals—though those cause their fair share of spats—but leftover ingredients. You know, the … Continue reading
One of the best destinations for a foodie tourist visiting San Francisco, in my opinion, is Haig’s Delicacies. Founded in 1956 by an Armenian who immigrated to the U.S. from Turkey, the small family-owned shop is a prized treasure of … Continue reading
Raised in hippie Berkeley in the 1970s by a non-observant Jewish mom and a devoutly agnostic father, my religious upbringing was scant to say the least. When asked directly, my parents always insisted we were Jewish, and we did enjoy … Continue reading
Israeli Salad, distinguished by finely diced tomatoes and cucumbers, is described (according to Wikipedia), as “the most well-known national dish of Israel.” Way to go on the fame and recognition, Israeli Salad! You totally deserve it. You are sooooo good. … Continue reading
Last week, as I toiled away in my home office on a typically cool and foggy Bay Area Fall day, I was struck with a hankering. As I mentioned yesterday, I was working on an assignment for a client that … Continue reading