Salmon Burgers with a Garlic Aioli

Luckily for me, I live a train ride away from New York City. So I frequently visit with my friends- our agenda almost every time we visit we visit an art museum (we need to visit all of the before we turn 17 and we have to pay), a park, ICE CREAM, and a restaurant that we’ve heard of on instagram or a travel blog. Recently we traveled to the Whitney Museum of Art, then visited the Highline, and then seeked out Chelsea Market to have lunch. In Chelsea Market there was a restaurant called The Lobster Place. I ordered a salmon burger and then watched businessmen and women eat whole lobsters while wearing suits and chuckled a little as a waited for my order. As soon as we got our food, we found a nice spot on the Highline and chowed down. Now there are two possible scenarios that could’ve happened:

(1)we could’ve been so hungry that anything tasted good at that moment (2)the food could’ve just been that good, or (3) a combination of 1 and 2.

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Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

Have you ever invented something only to find out that that thing has already been created? That happens to me everytime I think I come up with a revolutionary idea, for example: dates for caramel? the internet did that. spinach in pesto instead of basil? pssh, old news. Pre-sliced bread? already a thing.

But this is actually the first recipe I created ever (after an over steamed cauliflower incident)- and I have yet to see anything like it. This replaces the kraft mac and cheese and dinosaur shaped chicken nugget dinners of my childhood.

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