August already? Summer is flying by far too quickly. This month’s produce guide marks a full year’s worth of seasonal produce.
A few weekends ago, while on bridesmaid duty for my pal Tessa, I arrived at the rehearsal dinner with a growling stomach.
If you had to pick one cuisine to eat for the rest of your life, which would it be? Tough question, I know.
This post is brought to you by Bob’s Red Mill. Do you still have bad dreams about forgetting your locker combination on the first day of school?
“What do you do for a living?” they ask. I never know how my response will go over or which questions will follow.
First things first! Cookie and Kate is hiring a local kitchen assistant. We’re in Kansas City. After five years of doing it all myself, I’m so excited to bring on some help.
Long summer days are the best, aren’t they? Ninety-plus temperatures can be draining, but I never stop riding the summer wavelength.
I don’t have enough simple salad recipes on this blog. That’s the verdict I came to while flipping through my own salad archives looking for inspiration.
Sometimes I have to remind myself that simple is best. Scratch that—I’m always reminding myself that simple can be better.
This post is brought to you by DeLallo. I had an all-American weekend full of good friends and food, punctuated by flashes and booms.
This fresh potato salad recipe is for my fellow last-minute potluck planners. When you’re scrambling to make yourself look decent and trying to scrounge together a side worth sharing and letting the dog out all at the same time?
Welcome to July! Ninety degree weather is here and so is all the colorful summer produce that comes with it.
First things first. Are you on Snapchat? I am. For the longest time, dismissed it as an app that teenagers use to send scandalous photos to one another.
My mom made sun tea when I was little. She would fill up the same clear plastic pitcher with Lipton tea bags and water and set it out in the sun to steep.
You guys are the best. You know that, right? Two months ago, when I shared my roasted cauliflower and lentil tacos recipe, I asked you to hop over to Facebook and vote for my recipe.
After a weekend full of wedding festivities, I have party food on the brain. Feeding one hundred people at once is no easy feat, you know?
Oh happy weekend! I’m a bridesmaid for the most lovely and laid-back bride this weekend (you’re the best, Tessa!
This post is sponsored by Vitamix. Summer is almost here! I can feel it. I’m downright giddy about the explosion of colorful summertime fruit at the farmers’ markets right now.
Here we are, smack dab in the middle of June, and I’m looking out at gray skies. Why?! I don’t know about you, but dreary weather slows me down and sunshine motivates me to skip right along.
Last Friday, I stepped off the plane from Montana into Kansas City summer. Ninety degrees and sunny. I ditched my jacket and daydreamed about all the summery outfits I’d rather be wearing while I waited for the bus to take me back to my car.