Altering Food Memories – Have you ever thought about your most vivid food memories?
Rearranging Resolutions – At the start of this year, I’d planned to put myself on a voluntary “sweets” hiatus, prompted by the same desires (cleansing, renewal, focus) most of us feel as we unwrap and hang new calendars and adjust to writing a new digit on letters and checks.
Plums + Buckwheat – We were once again gifted a box of plums from our neighbors’ plum tree.
Spiced Butternut Squash Soup – We got carried away at last weekend’s farmers’ market.
The Versatility of Delicata Squash – I’m writing this post with my back to our dining room window, which is currently the main source of light in our house.
Adventures in Canning: Plum Jam – On Sunday, our neighbors invited us over to pick plums from their Italian plum tree.
Pumpkin Wedges – These pumpkin wedges capitalize on the remaining whole pumpkins you can still snag at the farmers' market or grocery store.
Weekday Lunch: Farro Salad with Mushrooms and Squash – I hesitated to pick this recipe initially.
Thanksgiving 2011 – Thanksgiving 2011 is one for the record books.
The Only Recipe I’ll Need – Sometimes I make a dish and realize that I'll never have to experiment with another version of the recipe again: the one I just made is the only one I need.
Weekday Lunch: Orzo with Broccoli Pesto – The most recent thief of my cooking motivation is the Fall time change.
Weekday Lunch: Squash and Pear Salad – When I make a satisfying and seasonal lunch (and have time to take a few pictures before devouring it!), I want to share the recipe with you because if you're anything like me, lunch can be a sore spot in your day.
A Simple Apple Tart – As predicted, I baked an apple tart from the Nordic Bakery cookbook last week.
It’s Worth It – If you caught my recent post about Fleisher's you saw that after two years of vegetarianism, I've started to eat small amounts of meat again.
Brussels Pout – My dad hates Brussels sprouts to the same degree that I love them.
Sweet Potato Pudding – I'm intrigued by how certain recipes incorporate flavors in untraditional ways.
The Only Thing that Matters is Taste – Do you think this looks like "the death star exploded" (Justin) or something "otherworldly and beautiful" (me)?
Weekday Lunch: Roasted Sweet Potato Salad – I sometimes dread when the clock turns to noon.
Welcoming Fall Flavors – While my closet moves confidently into Fall, my palate is less gung-ho.
Canned Pumpkin Problem – This past Fall, I acted like (some) people do before a big snowstorm and stocked up like I wouldn't be able to leave the apartment all winter.
Thanksgiving 2010 – A reflection on this year’s Thanksgiving dinner starts out in a nearly identical fashion to last year’s Thanksgiving dinner post: we’ve just moved; we want to cook Thanksgiving dinner because we love sourcing and cooking elaborate meals; we view Thanksgiving as a fitting celebration after an exhausting move.
A Harvest Pie – My favorite kind of baking doesn't involve icing cupcakes, decorating cookies, or layering a cake.
A few Sundays ago, we were in the mood for a filling, warm, and frankly heavy Sunday dinner.
The best way to eat plums – Last weekend I realized that it had been weeks since I had made anything fruit related.