Help! I can’t decide on the cover for my new cookbook, Love Real Food. The book’s talented designer, Rae Ann, came up with three different options.
My grandmother Virginia makes the best cookies. When my cousins and I were growing up, she always kept homemade cookies stashed in old cookie tins in the freezer (I bet she has some in her freezer now, too).
Christmas isn’t here yet, and I’m already worn out. Who feels the same? You can show your hands. I won’t tell.
Coming through! I’m coming in just under the wire to bring you my annual holiday gift guide in time to take advantage of those crazy “Cyber Monday” sales (can we give today a new name already?
Happy holidays! I’m tremendously thankful for you all. Thank you for being patient with me on this rice recipe that I promised you last week.
It’s about time you met the vegetarian option at my family’s Thanksgiving—and it’s Mexican! When I stopped eating meat several years ago, my mom was totally flummoxed on how to feed me.
This post is brought to you by Kettle Brand Chips. Did you grow up with green bean casserole on your Thanksgiving table?
Thanksgiving is almost here, can you believe it? I’m getting ready for our annual Friendsgiving this evening, which is one of my favorite holidays.
Last Thursday turned into a fiasco. I woke up and started powering through my to-do list, for once. Emails?
It’s a sunny seventy-five degrees here on the first of November, and I’m working with the windows open!
Happy Halloween weekend! Cookie’s prancing around in her Wonder Woman costume, and I crashed a friend’s office Halloween party yesterday.
Confession: last week, when I shared some of my favorite savory sweet potato recipes, I intentionally omitted this one because the photos made me cringe.
Can I get an amen for savory sweet potato recipes? I still can’t stomach sweet potato casserole with marshmallows on top, but I am perpetually in love with spicy sweet potatoes.
Sometimes the simplest recipes are the best, and this oatmeal is one of them. I’m on a seasonally appropriate apple kick, and when I was trying an applesauce filling for last week’s apple tart, I wondered if I couldn’t cook homemade applesauce and steel-cut oats in the same pot, at the same time.
This post is brought to you by Bob’s Red Mill. Happy weekend! I hope you all are soaking up this glorious fall weather.
I have news! Cookie and I are finally busting out of this dingy rent house and moving to a new place.
Raise your hands if you’re excited about fall! I’m looking forward to pumpkin treats, cooler weather and dusting off my favorite boots.
October is here, and I’m shaking my head at how fast September came and went. I never even told you about my amazing trip to Vermont, or the 5:30 am yoga series that I attempted and failed.
Cue the trumpets! The day is finally here. I’m excited to share that I finally have a meal planning solution for you.
The first day of fall slipped by me unnoticed last week. I did, however, notice the spaghetti squash at the grocery store.