A little update for April and May, and a new direction for the blog. More casual, creative and less structured towards food. Bringing it back oldschool.
It's St. Patrick's Day, so we are sharing our favorite spiked coffee drink. Make sure you order yourself some of this magical coffee syrup and taste how New Englander's enjoy their sugary coffee drinks :)
Meyer Lemons are one of my favorite citrus in that they have this sort of blend between sweet orange and lemon that is truly not seen in any other citrus. This is why they make the BEST margaritas.
When I started this new journey of reviewing cookbooks, I thought I would get sick of cooking, in fact I did. Then I opened Small Victories and was immediately brought back to why I love cooking so much. Her love of ingredients and food, as well as bringing food back to basics. Make sure you get a copy of this cookbook and try these recipes.
I recently fell back in love with focaccia. It probably had something to do with having a freshly baked piece right out of the oven after a long baking class at the Tatte Bakery in Caimbridge in January on a cold night. Now, you too can learn to make focaccia at home. I HIGHLY suggest their backing class if you are considering learning to bake more.
I love Meyer Lemons in winter, especially up in New England, when just about now our friends in Southern States are starting to post all these things about Spring! So jealous, but citrus is still pretty good in the market, so I hold on tight and enjoy what I do have in season.
I can't say I knew I would love this recipe when I first read it. Miso and Tomato together? Have you ever tried it? I certainly had not, and let me tell you -- this recipe has been made three times in the past few months. That's a lot for one soup, and I can't wait to try the rest from Anna Jones's A Modern Way to Cook.
So now you work for yourself, but are super anxious about things you never thought about before? Did I check the mobile css for that client's site? Taxes, I have to pay taxes? UGH. You've added stress to your life, but need to get a grip on your work/life balance, and one of those ways is SLEEP.
Part of my 2017 challenges I am giving myself, includes a sourdough challenge. No defined structure except to keep trying and attempt at keeping my learning throughout the year. Part one started with a baking class and a whole wheat starter.
We crafted a brand that fit Eliza's style, and yet is approachable. You want to feel like you have jumped into something really edgy and fun, yet you will feel comfortable reaching out to Eliza for some nutrition help. Check out Eliza's new brand design for Feed the Dietitian!
When I ordered Molly's Cookbook "Molly on the Range", I initially thought, well- I probably won’t use it much, but I love supporting bloggers I followed back when they had very few followers.