Preparing food with heat or fire is an activity unique to humans, and scientists believe the advent of cooking played an important role in human evolution. Most anthropologists believe that cooking fires first developed around 250,000 years ago.
It feels only right to share such a beautiful spring salad on the first day of spring. This roasted radish salad may seem simple in flavors but everything comes together in the best way possible. I made this salad for two but ended up eating most of it myself. And if you’ve never roasted a [...]
Whenever I think about my time living in the midwest, I think about the weather. I know, the weather can be such a surface level topic but for me, it kept me grounded. There was always that day in March. I’d throw open the windows, turn on the music, and breathe that first spring breathe. [...]
I’m popping in today with this quick recipe that banks on the chili roasted broccoli I posted a couple days ago. To be honest, this feels like phoning it in a bit. BUT, these are two items I am never without: cooked grains and hummus. Add some kind of vegetable and I’m set (with about [...]
We roast broccoli on a weekly basis during the cooler months. It’s a perfect go-to base when I’m not sure what I want to make for dinner. I now make two batches (one with heat and one without) but both work well in a myriad of meals. I make an extra large batch to use [...]
If you follow me on Instagram, this news is slightly older but today I’m making it official: I’m opening a studio space in Sacramento! Over five years ago, I made the jump from a steady job to working on this site full-time. I wanted to see where it would take me and what I could [...]