MAKING REAL FOOD
The food here is simple and from scratch.
As a minimalist, quality is my goal here. These are recipes I will make hundreds of times over a course of a life. Iterations become effortless, with a strong base. But at the core, these classics remain unchanged.
Food is such a basic need. I’ve had a tumultuous relationship with it. How can we not as humans? It’s so intimate.
Learning the science and composition of food has become an obsession. That is what I will share here with you: my curiosity in how good food is made.
... also where eat it, here in SF.
Blair learns how to peel a pomegranate. 👌🏼
A brunch celebrating a special bride with bright colors and good food. Decor + Menu.
Lemon Cinnamon Rolls (with no cinnamon). New recipe that came from a citrus-themed bridal shower. They are damn good.
An old recipe made new. Obsessive in all the ways.
All of the best places to eat on Divis and Lower Haight.
Rounding up my favorite Thanksgiving recipes on a year that I am (gasp) not cooking.
Supplements for all... especially people currently on gut-tough medications, like me.
These cinnamon rolls are heaven. They melt in your mouth. You won't want to share.
Brunch is truly what I am best at. Syrup equals happiness.
This is the lowdown on my favorite Farmers' Markets in the city.
Bridal shower food that isn't cold and gross.
This the the MOST requested things that I make. It's so good it hurts.
Homemade Jelly pretty, dang simple. And it feels like such a luxury.
Stereotypes aside, brewing kombucha saves so much money and settles all hangovers.
A guac recipe brought back from the desert.
This is the ultimate single-girl guilty pleasure.
I'm a weird eater. A story!
Stock in a crockpot. This will change your life.