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”

Friday Favorites: Thanksgiving Foods

Let’s get this out of the way. Everything you learned about Thanksgiving is wrong. Which is actually true about most American holidays. If you’re over the age of 15 and are learning this for the first time, please call your parents and tell them that they failed. No seriously. Google “The Dark History of Thanksgiving”Continue reading “Friday Favorites: Thanksgiving Foods”