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Summer is here, but it’s easy to forget that here in the Bay where most days are overcast and the fog keeps rolling in. — I’m not complaining, I’ll take this misty weather over Los Angeles dry heat any day. However, leaving the city is like entering a portal into another world— one filled with… Read More Garam Masala Spiced Zucchini Cake
Some think of escapism as avoidance, but in an industry as physical and confined to the indoors as cooking, I see it as an absolute necessity. We all need to get away every once in a while. As a cook, I fantasize— no I crave it. Crisp air, the smell of wild herbs and evergreens,… Read More Chewy Oat Bars in the Planet of Endor
I am currently reading Tamar Adler’s “An Everlasting Meal”, a book which has been sitting on my literal and mental bookshelf for quite some time, which I have only just recently gotten around to. I finally cracked it open, and I am hooked to its brilliant and incredibly simple kernels of old-age culinary wisdom. Things… Read More Odds and Ends: Carrot-Top Pesto
hat’s right world, I may be temporarily crippled, but I made pop-tarts. The dishes I will tackle tomorrow.… Read More Self-Reflection and Pluot Pop-tarts
Lately I’ve been a big fan of the savory scone, and I’ve been on the hunt for a go-to recipe. Today I decided to try out Heidi Swanson’s recipe for Yogurt Biscuits, and it occurred to me: “What is the difference between a scone and a biscuit anyway?” According to Martha— whom I defer to… Read More Black Pepper Yogurt Biscuits with Aged Gouda and Shaved Pecorino
I’ve always loved seeds. Since I was a tiny girl and my garden wasn’t quite so tiny. My father has always saved seeds. Occasionally they will be gifted to him, but I can’t recall one single time he purchased a packet. About a year or two ago when I started my first tiny balcony… Read More Seeds, seeds, seeds