Warm Fingerling Potato Salad

Over the past several weeks I’ve been going through stacks of food magazines that I have piled up in my apartment due to a hectic schedule that has me putting my leisure reading on hold. Working my way through copies of Bon Appétit, Gourmet, Living, Saveur and Edible Chesapeake, I’ve clipped a handful of recipes I want […]

New Projects: Farmers’ Market Job,
Food Writing Bootcamp and Asparagus

I’ve be gone for a while, I know. Your feed readers and inboxes have been void of my recipes, tips, and prodding to get you in the kitchen for nearly six weeks now, but it’s not without good excuse. My life has been packed with two new endeavors adding to my schedule – a new […]

Journaling Your Way to Better Cooking:
Spicy Sausage and Rice

On my journey to becoming a real cook (see definition below) I rely on a variety of tools – questions to other cooks, classes, cooking shows, reading and journaling. Since I didn’t grow up at my mother’s side everyday learning the ins and outs of cooking (in this day and age very few people have […]

Golden Couscous and
Arts of the Arab World

As I read, travel, attend events and talk to people, I find there is no shortage of inspiration for flavorful recipes. If you pay attention, you’ll see food intertwined with almost every aspect of life. While I had other ideas for a recipe and topic to cover this week, I went to two performances Wednesday night […]

Chicken and Broccoli with
Whole Wheat Pasta

Have you had enough chocolate yet? Well there’s more to come from me this month, but for now I’ll give your sweet tooth a break and share a recipe for a light entrée you can try just in case you had too many desserts this past weekend or have been eating heavy meals a little too […]

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