Friends. Let me tell you about this yummy little lunch I made myself and my roommate today. But first, I need to talk about something. As I write this, I can feel myself sinking and slouching farther and farther down the couch. My brain, my body, my energy…totally checked out.
Oh, hello blog! Hello tiny little world! How lovely it is to remember this space exists. Le sigh. What a crazy month it’s been. Summer was beautiful, bright, at times both hectic and calm, and most of all, continuously delicious. While I love the summer, I’m welcoming fall with open
Oh, to finally cook again. To finally center myself in the kitchen after a happy, busy week preparing for my new chapter. Blanched fiddleheads and peas, cooked in boiling water for just a minute or two, with thinly sliced radishes. Salsa verde — tangy sauce of parsley, basil, mint, capers,
I so much love the colors of this meal that I almost don’t want to write anything here. Just let the photos speak for themselves. The beauty and brightness of so many super fresh veggies from the winter market bring such warmth and comfort to a frigid month. Purple, magenta,
My friend Lexie has always told me about this amazing, dairy-free chocolate mousse she makes. For the past couple of years, I’ve been dying to try it, but I still hadn’t tried it until NOW. As we firmed up our dinner plans for tonight — I’m having a vegetarian, gluten-
I’m gushing a little at how bright and colorful this dish is. In the dead of winter, all I want is comfort food, but that doesn’t mean I want to eat colorless mush for 4-5 months. I want to be comforted both by the vibrancy and flavor of my food,
Mmm…nothing like the tartness of pickled cherry tomatoes, with their extra zing, paired with a soft and sweet chevre! I was hunting around the kitchen for a snack last night, and was so happy to remember the jars of pickled cherry tomatoes I made earlier this fall. Made some toast,