Soulful Living

Sweet Cheeks, Niblets, and Freshly Baked Buns

Introducing my latest, and finest creation: This little bun took 9 months to bake, but boy was he worth it… Sprinkled with Niblets: Adorned with sweet cheeks: I have found it impossible to get my […]

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A Salad Worth Making Again

Noah and I had the most interesting dinner conversation the other night, about why we choose the foods we do. We were eating at our neighborhood standby where the menu is huge, and the choices […]

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Home is a Well-Stocked Pantry: A Celebratory Essay on our 1-Year House Anniversary

I’m celebrating today, and as part of that celebration I’m indulging in writing without a word limit. I promise, there is a recipe at the end of this post (Coconut Macadamia Granola), but before we get […]

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Hungarian Mushroom Soup

At the behest of my recent cooking class students, I am posting a recipe that has gone somewhat viral at The Good Food Store, since it debuted in my January class: A Hungarian Sunday Dinner. It seems fitting […]

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Zuni Cafe Roast Chicken with Bread Salad

Recently we gathered at the table with two of our dearest friends, Marge and Matt. On the menu was Zuni Cafe Roast Chicken, roasted pears and sweet potatoes, steamed broccolini, and a succulent Bread Salad with arugula, pine nuts, […]

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