tomato pie

I am so. Freakin‘. Excited. for tomatoes. While I’ve been busy crying over my one lone tomato on my plant at home (with two new potentials as of last night, yippee!), my CSA has delivered. I got to take up to 3 pounds with last week’s pick-up, and you better believe I took every last […]

Perfect atop a lamb burger pita!

It’s that time of year, when gardens and CSA bags are overflowing with cucumbers. As soon as I picked up my newest pile on Saturday morning, I knew what I wanted to make. So I grabbed some ground lamb out of the freezer to thaw, threw together some tzatziki sauce, and whipped up this salad […]

Just a quick note that I will be going to ITALY for a summer vacation to end all summer vacations! I will surely have much to report when I get back in mid-July, but in the meantime, if you’d like to see what I’m eating, be sure to follow my page on Facebook (or just […]

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Ah, early summer. My CSA started back up for summer two short weeks ago and yet, I am already drowning in produce. But, you know, in a good way. Since it’s just the two of us, we tend to have more than we can feasibly use. A lot goes into the freezer (which makes ice […]

Fritatta for One

I had something like this at brunch with friends a few months ago. At the time I wasn’t crazy about the particular dish but I liked the concept. I knew with some customization, I could make it perfect. And I’d also been making a lot of omelets (necessary when you get a dozen eggs a […]

Radish Tartine

This is so simple I almost didn’t post it. But then it was so delicious in its simplicity that I figured I had to. I got a bunch of radishes in my CSA this week so when I felt the need for a light, refreshing dinner on a 90-degree (yeah.) day, I knew this was […]

Shrimp and grits

A friend and I were talking about grits today at work (I know. We’re weird.). And then we started talking about Charleston and how we both want to visit. My mom visited a few months ago and loved it. A college friend recently got engaged there (and I secretly loved reading her story on her […]

Homemade Granola

Turns out granola is super-easy to make at home. And it has less fat and sweetener, and none of the nasty preservatives and weird chemicals in the store-bought stuff. You can customize it to taste exactly how you want — there are no wrong answers here! And bonus: It makes your house smell amazing! It […]

Mussels steamed in beer

Sometimes it’s not so bad when my boyfriend travels or works late. Because those are the nights I get to eat the things he won’t! Things like mussels, which I usually have to order with my girlfriends at happy hour. And then I have to share them. I mean, sometimes life just isn’t fair. I […]

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They say necessity is the mother of invention. Well, I’m not exactly the first person to make carrot soup but it’s definitely necessary and considering I’ve never even had carrot soup before today, it kinda feels like an invention. At least to me. I’ve mentioned that I’m not the biggest fan of carrots, and yet […]

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