Oh, dairy. So many of us love the taste, the foods it’s in, the melty, creaminess off it, and for a lot of us, the love is so unrequited. …
Adulting doesn’t have to be boring. There’s always room for some play and exploration in things that, on the outside, seem very square and buttoned up. Food waste, for example, just feels so technical, so not fun. …
This is another post for my guest editor role for The Girl Who Knows, the place to build a business and life with soul. The Girl Who Knows is a great site for digging deeper into soulful living all while keeping things grounded. I’ll be sharing recipes and other wellness articles there for the next two months. Hope you enjoy our collaboration!
Truth time: I’m not the best recipe follower. I’ve never been the greatest at following directions in general. I prefer to see the pieces and the end result and figure it out myself or take a lot of liberties with the directions printed on the page….
Gift giving can be complicated these days, and I’m not the biggest fan of just giving a gift card and calling it a day. Over the years, I’ve realized that no matter how well you know someone, the gift of food is always appreciated….
Quinoa is my favorite kitchen sink grain. In my years of making quinoa and adding a variety of greens, nuts, sauces, and spices into it, I’ve always come out with something good. So when I was thinking about uniting eggplant and quinoa, I went a little crazy. Usually I keep it fairly straight forward when I make quinoa dishes: throw in a green or vegetable, the occasional legume, some spice, maybe a nut for some crunch and I call it a day….