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Cranberry Pie from Art of the Pie
A new, easy-to-make classic, the cranberry pie, will make every holiday season bright and cheery when it’s served up! This post is a part of a series of cookbook posts that I’ll be running from now through December. I was not monetarily compensated for this post but I did receive this cookbook for
Ginger, Vanilla and Quince Upside Down Cake from the book Alternative Baker
A recipe for a warm and inviting ginger, vanilla and quince upside down cake from the cookbook Alternative Baker by Alanna Taylor-Tobin. This post is a part of a series of cookbook posts that I’ll be running from now through December. I was not monetarily compensated for this post but I did receive
Marbled, Swirled, and Layered Launch Party (and more upcoming book signing events!)
A book signing event at Omnivore Books made me realize that we are collectively better when we gather together and share with each other. I hadn’t really thought about the election results when I had scheduled my launch party. Omnivore Books, a cookbook bookstore here in San Francisco, was crazy ...
Marble Rum Cake
This Marble Rum Cake is easy to make and packed full of rum flavor because it uses 3 types of rum in it making sure it every bite is moist and tender. Every year I think about what sort of dessert I can make for AJ’s birthday and every year I end up circling back […] The post Marble Rum Cake ...
My cookbook MARBLED, SWIRLED, and LAYERED
I’ve been working on my first cookbook Marbled, Swirled, and Layered, for the past three years. Here’s a sneak peak of the book that will be released November 1st, 2016! There is something slightly surreal about physically holding in my hand a copy of the first cookbook I’ve been working on for the
Not Bolognese Sauce
This savory sauce is one of my go to recipes for when I am craving pasta. Just don’t call it Bolognese sauce. Everyone will get upset with you! There are something things I try not to talk about on the internet. Abortion. Religion. Politics (definitely no politics, especially in a presidential ...
Sponsored Post: Spicy Apple and Berry Cobbler
This zippy spicy apple and berry cobbler is an updated twist on a classic comfort dessert. “Whoa. Is this recipe on your blog?” asked my new friend Kellie of The Suburban Soapbox. We were in Chicago for a short whirlwind 24 hours for the #OrganicForAll event hosted by Safeway. The day was flying by
Marbled Pumpkin Chocolate Bread
This beautiful and easy to make marbled pumpkin chocolate bread is bursting with Autumn flavor! “Wait, you’re taking off? What about the after party?” exclaimed my friend Yvonne of Tried and Tasty as I hugged her goodbye on the way to the airport. I was in Austin for the BlogHer Food conference ...
Photo Essay: Oregon’s Historic Columbia River Highway (and a little more)
Oregon is sort of magical wonderland. Though I often visit Portland (though sadly I’ll be missing this year’s Feast Portland) I rarely have a chance to explore the rest of the state. So when AJ and I were looking at places to visit this past summer, the Pacific Northwest was high on our list. ...
Photo Essay: McMinnville, Oregon
This past summer we stayed at McMinnville, Oregon, an impossibly cute town in the Oregon Wine Country. We tasted wine and ate too much. This past summer AJ and I took to the road and wound our way from San Francisco through the Pacific Northwest. We eventually ended up in Vancouver to take a cruise