Monthly Archives: August 2015

Bicycle Safety Classes of Los Angeles

These LACBC street cycling skills classes–101A and 101B–were excellent, took up my last weekend before math camp, but not regrettable. I especially thank Rio and Wayne, who did a wonderful job in East Los Angeles. I would recommend them to any bike riders out there. Lessons learned: Impeding the flow of traffic means that there are […]

Easy Garden Bruschetta

Originally posted on Crowded Earth Kitchen:
Today’s recipe isn’t rocket science, folks – bruschetta is peasant food. Like most peasant food, making bruschetta is a way of taking little bits and specks of leftovers and reimagining them into something delicious! You’ll need small quantities of fresh vegetables, a few slices of not-very-fresh bread, and a bit of cheese. Surely…

Day 33: Bruschetta con pomodoro

Originally posted on cookwithmir:
Today, I was inspired by our loaf of just stale bread- what’s the best way to get flavor and enjoyment out of something that I’d normally just throw away? The answer came to me as bruschetta, topped with tomatoes. According to my research, bruschetta actually only refers to the toast, often…