October Blessings! We are well into fall now! I’m so happy to see the change in the light, feel cooler nights and mornings, and know that we are really into the dark half of the year. I know that may sound strange, but as a Washingtonian at heart, living in Hawaii can be a real […]
Hey Friends! So I’ve been going back and forth about what I’d like my last post of the year to be and I decided I’d like to reflect back on this year and share with you my 5 favorite posts from the past year.
Hello again! Thanks for joining me for this final post in my Return to Home Cooking Series 🙂 On Tuesday I wrote about store bought bread, sugar, anti-nutrients, and getting back in the kitchen to create lasting memories with your family. If you missed that post you can find it here.
Pane. Pain. Pan. Brot. Panis. Bread If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I love bread. It’s soothing, filling, versatile, inexpensive, and fun to make. Bread is also a big part of human history. We’ve been making and eating it for centuries all over the planet. The preparation methods are as diverse as the people […]
What’s your favorite kind of comfort food? I grew up in the South so my favorite comfort food is usually something with broth. (And bread.) Collard greens, for example. Or a salty vegan stew with rice and thick cut carrots and kale. Mmmmm…my mouth is watering just thinking about it. Today’s recipe definitely falls under […]
Ahhh, the ole’ Campbell’s “Cream of” soups. So handy, so simple, so cheap, so bad for us! I used to love those little cans. It made making casseroles so easy and relatively quick. I never once thought about what was in them or bothered to read one of the labels. Cream of mushroom was my […]
One of the things I miss most about living in a colder climate is the winters. I miss hot teas, cozy sweaters & socks, frost on windows, and crunchy leaves under foot. And that’s just a few…the biggest thing I miss is enjoying soups, stews, and comfort food when it’s chilly outside. I love getting […]