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Watermelon Lime Bars


I can’t think of a way to start this post that doesn’t sound flippant or trivial and yet I can not begin to fill this place with food again until I’ve acknowledged the heartache and the pain that has flooded  our world due to the events last week.

Traveling with Kids: London


The gray skies met us in London. Their familiar presence along with the ease of people speaking our language was a great way to ease into our three week European adventure.

Grilled Avocado Tostada with Black Beans and Charred Scallion Salsa


*This post was created in partnership with Mission Tortilla and their new Gluten Free Flour Tortillas.

Toasted Marshmallow Ice Cream Sandwiches


*This post was created in partnership with Scharffen Berger Chocolate Maker because I find chocolate and summer to be a natural pair.

Italian Scrambled Eggs


In front of me there’s thick spaghetti noodles tossed with crispy pancetta, big flecks of cracked pepper sitting on a grassy pool of fava pureé.

Warm Kimchi Cheese Dip


Birthday season in our house comes on fast and furious, threatening to overwhelm as I teeter the line of wanting all three people in our house that celebrate a birthday in the span of one month to feel cherished and so loved without me losing my mind in the process. Gabe kicks off our birthday season and is the easiest out of the bunch to please.

Salt and Vinegar Potato Hash


My favorite weekends are the ones with no plans. The Saturday mornings where you linger in bed until the desire for coffee outweighs the desire to stay curled up under the weight of the blankets.

Peanut Butter Rice Krispie Treat Cake


He’s 10 years old. I’ve been a mom for an entire decade. I have to type that and repeat it over and over in my head in order to believe it.

On Motherhood + a can of chickpeas


In light of Mother’s day – or because we’re both moms and we like to talk about motherhood, work, balance, and life – my friend Jess (from Sweet Amandine and author of, Stir: My Broken Brain and the Meals That Brought Me Home) and I had a lengthy conversation about becoming mothers and what all of that really means.

On Motherhood + a can of chickpeas


In light of Mother’s day – or because we’re both moms and we like to talk about motherhood, work, balance, and life – my friend Jess (from Sweet Amandine and author of, Stir: My Broken Brain and the Meals That Brought Me Home) and I had a lengthy conversation about becoming mothers and what all of that really means.

Rhubarb Fritters


Last week I did something a little scary, a lot vulnerable, and a bit awkward but totally fun: I Facebook Live’d.

Rhubarb Fritters


Last week I did something a little scary, a lot vulnerable, and a bit awkward but totally fun: I Facebook Live’d.

Radish Tartine with Pea Butter and Lime


I sort of feel like we’re about to embark on one of those slideshows your great aunt made you come over and watch.

Radish Tartine with Pea Butter and Lime


I sort of feel like we’re about to embark on one of those slideshows your great aunt made you come over and watch.

Roasted Carrots with Yogurt and Green Sauce


Originally I was just going to come here and tell you about green sauce. Because the sauce alone is worthy of a post but in the process of shooting the photos for the sauce I whipped up some roasted carrots, slathered some thick yogurt on a plate, topped it with green sauce and then threw on some frilly cilantro leaves and chunks of salty feta.

Toasted Almond Cake, Stewed Rhubarb, Whipped Cream Cheese Frosting


I am just too excited to show you this cake that I don’t even know what to say. I don’t think it needs a lot of words but it does need to be shared, like right now, because Easter is on Sunday and I think this cake would blow the minds off of whoever will be joining your Easter table.

Roasted Dates with Bittersweet Chocolate


As we sit at the table still cluttered with plates wiped clean of their contents, our bellies full of briny oysters with a piquant mignonette, toast topped with whole sardines and creamy butter and tender spring greens that bend, not crack, when you bite, we turn to dessert.

Caramelized Pear Salad with Goat Cheese Toast


It’s no surprise if you’ve been here long that right alongside that slice of cake or plate of cookies I’m huge fan of salads.

Dorie’s Yogurt Cake with Blood Orange Caramel


She had me at “every French person I know knows how to make a yogurt cake.” So, with Dorie’s guidance I bound into the kitchen hoping that a cake will transform me into a perfectly coiffed French woman who drinks thick, black coffee for breakfast, crisp baguette and runny cheese for lunch and steak frites for dinner.

Cherry Ginger “Oatnola”


“Oatnola” is what happens when you marry the crispiness of granola with the warmth and ease of oatmeal.


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