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Luisa Davis

Luisa Davis

Luisa Davis is a frelance writer and foodie based in Portland, California. Though raised on her mother's homestyle Italian cooking, she has spent most of the last five years traveling and immersing herself in other countries' cuisines. Her work have been published in various publications, both online and offline.

What’s The Difference Between A Calzone and Stromboli? All About Different Types Of Pizza Rolls

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

Pizza is delicious but inconvenient. I know that this might sound odd to you: after all, pizza is a finger food that’s broken up into perfectly sized portions. It’s also easy to share or even to store for leftovers later.
 
Despite these facts, I still prefer calzones and strombolis to pizza, especially when I’m only cooking or ordering for myself. Both of these pizza turnovers are easy to eat by hand. They’re usually perfectly sized for one person and come with just the right mix of cheese, sauce, and meat on the inside.

Ciroc Cupcake Recipe – How to Use Ciroc For Baking With Recipe Examples

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Cîroc – just the name itself with it’s weirdly accented “i” is enough to clue you in that Ciroc is not your average store-brand vodka. Since it was introduced in 2002, Ciroc has positioned itself to be a direct alternative to other brands of vodka, primarily due to the fact that it is made out of grapes instead of wheat (that traditional vodka is made out of). 

Shrimp Chips – Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Prawn Crackers

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When I first discovered shrimp chips, I went on a pretty big binge. My local grocery store had little red bags of them that I would devour in frighteningly short amounts of time. They replaced popcorn, potato chips, and other fast finger foods for at least three months. The chips had the right blend of salt, umami, and crunch to keep me satisfied. Plus, they had a different mix of ingredients than what I normally ate.

Easy Sangak Bread Recipe For Home Cooks

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

The nan-e sangak (or simply, sangak) is a very unique and exquisite bread. Its look draws wonder from those who are fortunate enough to behold it: the bread is usually sold in very large and very long sheets (so humungous in fact, that you can cover a small coffee table with it), and its surface is roughly pockmarked with small, distinctive indents.

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