End of Summer, Lowkey Moroccan- Inspired Feast

I call this a lowkey feast because it comes together easily despite being composed of a good number of dishes and the prep work is separated over two days, meaning you don’t have to spend the precious last days of summer in the kitchen. What is all that beautiful food, you’re wondering?? Grilled Butternut Squash…

Colcannon with Celery Root & Carrot Top Pesto

I’ve never cared for St. Patrick’s Day, but the odd compulsion I have to be festive wouldn’t let me pass up an excuse to make a traditional Irish recipe today. But, of course, I’ve never been a very traditional human, nor do I care to be. This recipe makes use of things people generally discard, the root…

Sunday Quick Post: Raw Greek Yogurt Cheesecake

In an effort to get myself to post more often, I’m starting a Sunday Quick Post series. I cook lovely things everyday but sometimes writing up an entire post is daunting. So, Sunday’s posts will be a place to put things I don’t have much to say about or feel like taking in-process pictures but…

Coconut & Honey Asian Hot Chili Wings with Fresh Chickpea Fritters

These chicken wings are perfect. There’s not much else to say about them. If coconuts could fly, they’d taste like these wings. See? That’s me trying to think of something to say about them. Totally unnecessary, the word ‘perfect’ and the pictures tell you all you need to know..and that is: you need to eat these…

Hibiscus/Blackberry Greek Yogurt Muffins

Inspired by the smoothie bowl I made in the Beet Pesto Granola post and the mountain of oats taking over the pantry, I made these muffins with little expectations. I wanted something simple to bring to my honey at his store down the street while also using up things that, without soon intervention, would be on their way to…