Weekend Things

January 18, 2015
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{via} Hi! I’m back with Weekend Things!! Triathlon season, well actually, getting ready for triathlon season is a full swing. I know…it’s only January, but that first race of the season has a way of rolling around so darn fast. Right now I’m swimming/biking/running/strength training six days a week, and loving every single second of […]

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Carrot and Lentil Salad

January 16, 2015
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Along with the start of the New Year came the start of wedding planning! It’s happening in full force. And, while I may regret saying this out loud, I’m gonna do it anyway –  it’s all sort of falling into place pretty easily. (For now?) It feels fun, like a million and one times more fun […]

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Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup

January 12, 2015
Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup

Happy New Year! So, it’s been a little while. I did something over the holidays that I don’t normally do. Like, ever. I took a vacation and a break. The vacation part was planned. The break, not so much. It happened, and instead of stressing myself out by loading more on my plate than could […]

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Reader Favorite Recipes of 2014

December 30, 2014
Reader Favorite Recipes of 2014

Every year I get more and more excited about the recipes I share with you!  And, 2014 was certainly no different. This year my goal was to give you a balance of essential recipes that every kitchen should have, and recipes that would take you just a little bit outside your comfort zone. A mix […]

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Parsnip and Barley Risotto

December 23, 2014
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Since we’re just two days out from Christmas I considered sticking with something festive with cookies, or sharing something with eggnog (because I’ve had the biggest craving for eggnog French toast), or a fancy, over the top hot chocolate. But, as you may have noticed, the rest of the internet has each and every one of those thing […]

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Weekend Things

December 21, 2014
Weekend Things

Growing up  my family (and I’ve recently learned, a ton of others) had a tradition of putting an orange, usually a clementine, in the toe of our stockings on Christmas. I never really knew why we did this, but I always loved it, so I just went with it. Most years I even found myself […]

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Tomales Bay Trip Recap (and, the Most Exciting News Ever!)

December 18, 2014
Tomales Bay Trip Recap

It sort of feels like this little space has been lacking in the recipe department lately. Not to worry, after the holidays they’ll be back in full force. The past month has been hectic, though full of amazing things happening. All of which I cannot wait to share with you! Part (the most exciting news ever, […]

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Double Chocolate Sea Salt Cookies

December 15, 2014
Double Chocolate Sea Salt Cookies

Welcome to one of the best Mondays ever! The one where the internet explodes with hundreds of new cookie recipes. And, it’s all thanks to the Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap, and the amazing ladies that host this annual event, Julie and Lindsay. If you’re not familiar with the Food Blogger Cookie Swap, here’s the run down. A […]

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Weekend Things

December 14, 2014
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This past week included holiday parties one after another after another. It was a handful of days filled with spending time with people I truly admire, good friends, new co-workers, tons of cheese, laughing til my stomach ached, a seemingly endless stream of food, at least one too many glasses of wine each night, and […]

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Dark Chocolate Cashew Pudding with Candied Cashew Crunch

December 12, 2014
Dark Chocolate Cashew Pudding with Candied Cashew Crunch

A while ago I told you about the absurd number of milk varieties in our refrigerator. Well, the milk count grows. You can now add cashew milk to the list. And after a couple weeks of adding it to my coffee (so good!), eating it with cereal, using it in smoothies, and now making it […]

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