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‘Tis the Season Pumpkin Bread

‘Tis the Season Pumpkin Bread

I’m very into the holidays this year. More than ever before. And I’m attributing this newfound festive spirit almost entirely to my sweet Lu. Although she is completely unaware of the holiday magic glimmering all around her, I still feel like it’s my duty to embrace the season, crank up the Christmas music, decorate not … Continue reading

Seven Spoons Strawberry Spread

Seven Spoons Strawberry Spread

Strawberry season is upon us. What better indicator that spring has arrived? Shady groundhogs and April showers are unpredictable, but when strawberries appear at the farmers market, it means, undoubtedly, that spring has sprung. I have never been much of a preserves, jam or jelly kind of gal. I like my fruit raw and ripe. But, … Continue reading

Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia…Breakfast Pudding

Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia…Breakfast Pudding

I’m pretty sure I nearly gave myself diabetes last week. We were in Portland, where the folks are unabashedly friendly, drive sloooow, and know how to cook. Lex took the train down from Seattle and cozied up with me, Tom and Ryan in our Airbnb nest just off of Division Street. For five solid days, we ate … Continue reading

The Mint Train

The Mint Train

Now I’ve been smiling lately, thinking about the good things to come And I believe it could be, something good has begun Oh mint train sounding louder Glide on the mint train… Yes it’s the mint traaaaaaaaaiiiiiin All aboard! Ride just one stop on the mint train and you’ll see what I mean. Mint is … Continue reading

Baked Oatmeal Breakfast Revolution

Baked Oatmeal Breakfast Revolution

B.O.B. Let’s start a breakfast revolution! B.O.B. Let’s start the day off right! B.O.B. Let’s take the Baked Oatmeal Breakfast challenge! #BOB WHO’S WITH ME?! BRB, I may have lost my mind… Okay, so I’ve got this recipe for you. I think a Baked Oatmeal Breakfast (aka B.O.B.) should be part of your morning routine. … Continue reading

Applesauce by Happelsauce

Applesauce by Happelsauce

Yesterday we ate. Collectively, as a country it was our day to be grateful and gorge. When our corner of the world was getting dark, I pictured us from above. Lights flicker on, turkeys emerge browned and fragrant from hot ovens, wine sloshes in clinking glasses, and stories new and old rise up, up, up … Continue reading