A couple weeks ago, when I asked you all how I could make this website work better for you, I got quite a few requests for packable lunches.
This post is brought to you by California Olive Ranch. Let’s talk about lunch today. While it’s true that I work from home these days, I learned a thing or two about work lunches when I was commuting to an office job a few years ago.
Ever watched a good peach go bad? It’s a real tragedy. Some gorgeous organic peaches withered away on my kitchen counter last week.
I kind of hate myself for publishing another summer recipe that requires the oven. I hope you don’t hate me for it (but I understand if you do).
Hello from the other side. I’ve been hardcore geeking out over technical website stuff since my site went down on Friday.
Not long ago, while Cookie and I were out walking, I watched an older lady cross paths with another woman and her dog.
Well, I don’t know about you, but I definitely overindulged this weekend. I caught up on sleep yesterday and now I’m ready to balance out Saturday night’s rosé, cheese and chocolate party (!
Well hello! My friend Matt is in town and brunch awaits, so I’m going to make this quick. We made these super simple and refreshing mojitos last night before we hit the town.
Pizza is a highly personal affair, isn’t it? Seems like everyone has strong opinions about the subject.
Raise your hand if you’re ready for breakfast tacos! I don’t know about you, but I get a little giddy at the mere mention of breakfast tacos.
Hi, my name’s Kate, and I am a chronic over-stuffer. I recognized the theme while I was making these salad wraps last night.
Last week, when I asked what you all are craving this summer, you responded with overwhelming enthusiasm for fresh summer fruits and vegetables.
I need another cup of coffee. I need a vacation. I need something interesting to write about today. All I’ve got are cucumber cocktails.
These gorgeous little ruby red plums are extra sweet because they were hand-picked by friends. Jordan and her husband have an enormous plum tree in their front yard, which hasn’t yielded much fruit in years’ past, but this year is different.
Are you stuck on the slow summer wavelength, too? Let’s embrace it. Let’s sit in the shade and watch the sun go down.
Do you remember those “choose your own adventure” books from childhood? The books that let you choose how the story proceeds, with each option presenting different potential outcomes?
This post is brought to you by Président Cheese. When it comes to salads, I’ve come a long way. I used to be a super picky salad eater.
My mom’s side of the family gets together every Fourth of July for a family reunion. Each year, we meet up at our cousins’ lake house for some totally classic Independence Day activities.
Thank you all for being you. I didn’t mean to stir up concern with my last post. I appreciate your reassurances, though.
If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all. That’s what my mom always told me (maybe yours said the same).