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Creamy Carrot-Coconut Soup

I’m popping in to share a recipe from a new cookbook I can’t put down. To be honest, it’s hit and miss with new cookbooks. I’m always looking for a book that challenges my ways of thinking about ingredients whether that’s in a new way

Berbere Butter Braised Carrots with Polenta

This post is in partnership with California Grown. During these times, I’m relying on vegetables that store well and cook easily. These braised carrots are extremely flexible in terms of assembly. Swap out the polenta, change up the spices, even make it vegan! California Grown

Carrot Cavatelli with Dill and Ricotta

A pasta that just screams spring, this recipe is made from white wheat flour and carrot juice then paired with an easy topping of garlic butter, ricotta, and dill. Whether you try your hand at making your own pasta or use store-bought, it’s a delicious

Bean and Cabbage Tacos with Pickled Onions

Hi. Things are going to be a little different around here for the foreseeable future. I don’t really plan content too far ahead and I get a lot of inspiration from what I have on hand. That being said, the recipes are going to be

Red Cabbage Tofu Potstickers

A note about culture/this recipe: I’m sharing this recipe for the filling. I did not grow up with potstickers but have a deep appreciation for the cultural history/process of making them. When I slow down, I find I cook more and often turn to make

Asparagus Pasta with White Beans

As we’ve continued to hunker down at home, our bean intake has increased. It’s not that we weren’t eating them before, it’s just I’m cooking many more meals than I had been. So, all this bean-ness is spilling over to the website. That said, the

Caramelized Zucchini Frittata

This post is sponsored by Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs. I’m actually surprised I haven’t shared a version of this zucchini frittata before. Usually, in the beginning of August, I open my refrigerator to see a small pile of zucchini. I’m never sure how I

Tomatoes with Pistachios, Cumin and Scallions

With the summer heat still lingering around California, my meals revolve heavily around fresh produce and components (usually vegetables, fruit, and beans). This tomato salad started as a topping for a bean/rice bowl, but I added and changed a bit to make it stand on