Well…It’s been a minute since I shared a recipe with you. (But who’s counting?) Maybe you can tell that I’ve been a little more focused on other kinds of writing. And then just when I got geared up to start posting about food again, we were all confined to our homes and encouraged not to […]
Well. I’ve been a little remiss in sharing recipes. Or thoughts in general. And now, even though we have entered the Christmas season, and really most of my time in the kitchen is spent elbows deep in flour and sugar, I wanted to share something really simple with you. Something my family loves to eat […]
Easiest Romesco Sauce with Grilled Cauliflower
Last week, we went to the beach. It was eventful, to say the least. (Just picture losing not one but two of your children for several heart-stopping minutes, while the third eats sand every single time you look away.) After we decided to stay off the beach (gee…I wonder why?), we basically spent the rest […]
As many of you know, I am not a fruit eater. I know, I know, that sounds crazy, especially for someone who spent 7 years as a vegetarian. I will tell you point blank that I have never missed fruit. I am in no way sad about “missing out” on fruity desserts, I have no […]
Completely Addictive Spicy Candied Nuts
At my house, we like to eat our Thanksgiving dinner in the middle of the afternoon rather than at night. But no matter how much I tell myself to save room for the big meal, my body still thinks it wants to eat at lunchtime. Obviously, the solution is appetizers! You cannot go wrong with these easy […]
Chocolate Gingerbread Date Balls
I’m going to say what maybe some of you have also thought: Christmas has been making me a little nervous since last January. Christmas is a season of joy and light and life! And cookies. And parties. And desserts. And indulgence with family and friends.
Friends, it’s time for some bitter truth about Thanksgiving. Hang on to your tri-corner hats.
I’ve become kind of obsessed with cauliflower. Lately, I’ve been eating it almost every day, with beet hummus, for breakfast scrambled with eggs, instead of rice with Indian food. And then Sarah and I decided to combine our powers for good and make a colorful, healthy lunch totally based on cauliflower. I am NOT on […]
I like to collect cookbooks. Mostly pretty ones. Often written by bloggers I enjoy and famous chefs. Yet, like everyone in my generation, when I want to figure out what is for dinner, I usually ask Pinterest. Which is why it’s so weird that I have been cooking lately from magazine clippings and *gasp* the actual […]