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”

Cooking: Half Baked Harvest (Pt. 1)

I can’t remember where I was when I stumbled upon the Half Baked Harvest cookbook but I’m sure it was while endlessly perusing a bookstore with Jacob. I do remember that when I picked up this cookbook, I was immediately stunned by the beauty of it. There were so many different things to cook! ItContinue reading “Cooking: Half Baked Harvest (Pt. 1)”

Cooking: Persiana

This was my first cookbook in my “use only one cookbook per week” adventure. I had already made one of the recipes (the soup) and had been craving it for a few days. Plus, it had just started to be soup season. This was before I decided I wanted to blog what I was cookingContinue reading “Cooking: Persiana”

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”