Cooking: F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Taste of France

Do I have two French cookbooks? You bet your ass I do. I’ve always been fascinated with France (in general) and specifically Paris. Call me a romantic. I’ve been to Paris 3 times and I still love it. I remember buying this book AGES ago. This may actually be my oldest cookbook (in terms ofContinue reading “Cooking: F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Taste of France”

Cooking: Half Baked Harvest (Pt 2)

As you all know, I love Half Baked Harvest. I just got her 3rd book and I can’t wait to dive in. This book is the one I go for when I need something a little easier than her first book. Personally, I think both her books are great for everyone. The recipes are fairlyContinue reading “Cooking: Half Baked Harvest (Pt 2)”

Cooking: Vibrant & Pure

This was another book that I picked up at Therapy. It intrigued me because I feel like it’s a great balance between being overly healthy and indulging. The ingredients are so fresh. Don’t get me wrong though, this is an ingredient heavy book! You will be consumed with a lot of chopping and preparing andContinue reading “Cooking: Vibrant & Pure”

Cooking: One Pan, Two Plates

Have you guys ever been to a Therapy store? It’s one of my favorite and least favorite places. That store does not contain a single thing you need but is filled with everything you could possibly need all at the same time. I’ve spent way too much money there but it’s all brought me joyContinue reading “Cooking: One Pan, Two Plates”

Cooking: The Forest Feast Mediterranean

Let me just get this out right now. This cookbook author has the most beautiful books you’ll ever see in your entire life and you should just buy them now. You can buy them all here. I bought her book (The Forest Feast) a couple years ago (and will definitely cover that at a futureContinue reading “Cooking: The Forest Feast Mediterranean”

Cooking: Tomb Raider: The Official Cookbook & Travel Guide

When I was a kid, one of my father/daughter bonding activities was at the arcade. My dad liked playing video games and he passed that onto me. We didn’t have a lot of systems in our house growing up because my mom wasn’t a huge fan of video games (fair enough) so I mostly playedContinue reading “Cooking: Tomb Raider: The Official Cookbook & Travel Guide”

Cooking: Tasting Paris: 100 Recipes to Eat Like a Local

It’s November 2019. I’m in a small house in Sebastopol, CA – one of my absolute favorite cities in the world (coincidentally enough, most of my favorite cities start with an “S”: Sebastopol, Salem, Seattle… but that’s another story). I’m opening birthday presents from my now husband even though we 100% do not do birthdayContinue reading “Cooking: Tasting Paris: 100 Recipes to Eat Like a Local”

Friday Favorites: Cookbooks

She’s back! All our holidays landed on a Friday and I just got lost in Holiday commotion. With everything kind of settling down a bit, I wanted to get back into my Friday Favorites routine. As you all know, I love cooking. I am not a “let me look at what we have in theContinue reading “Friday Favorites: Cookbooks”