Author Archives: Kasey

  1. Baked Applesauce Molasses Donuts

    Ah, relief. I’ve said it before: despite my undying love for summer,  often find it sort of overwhelming. There’s the self-imposed pressure  ‘to summer’ right. Thankfully, fall is all about relaxing and while I am sad to see the warm days and sunshine wane, I am strangely happy to have the pressure of summer lifted Continue…

    My friend Katie recently published the most darling book, Rise and Shine, and I have been itching to tell you about it.

  2. Our First Garden

    This is a sponsored post in partnership with Naked Juice and Wholesome Wave. All words and opinions are our own and we’re sharing this cause with you because we truly believe in its positive impact on our local and national community. Thank you for supporting the brands that help us do what we do! Coming Continue…

  3. Lentil Chili

    This post was created in partnership with Canadian Lentils. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting our sponsors, who help us do what we do!  Chili is one of those recipes that our family turns to over and over again. It’s a guaranteed crowd pleaser and a life saver because it can be thrown together quickly Continue…

  4. No-Cook Green Gazpacho

    I give my mom a lot of credit for developing in me a love for fresh produce. Like many people my age, I lived through a time when we drank soda, ate frozen fish sticks, and ate a lot of Eggo Waffles (no regrets!). But that didn’t seem to interfere with our family’s intake of Continue…

  5. How to Host an Ice Cream Social

    A few weeks ago, we got together with a few friends for an epic gathering in our backyard: an ice cream social! The backyard is what really sold us on our house and it has been a dream being able to enjoy it so much this summer. That said, we haven’t had nearly enough parties Continue…

  6. Grilled Peach Crostini with Feta and Fir Honey

    This post is sponsored by Idyll. All opinions are my own. Thanks so much for supporting the brands who help us do what we do! A few months ago, I came across a lovely new food brand called Idyll, whose products and mission — to support small-scale organic producers in Greece — immediately stood out to Continue…

  7. Green Pozole / Pozole Verde

    It feels inevitable now. That at some point, I would have started to feel homesick, or perhaps sick for the past. Our transition, the move, the birth of the babies, the shift in my career from working in an office to working for myself. It all happened so quickly and was so all-consuming that somewhere Continue…

  8. Peek Inside: Our Living Room and Audio Setup

    A few months ago, we shared some peeks inside our home with you. Specifically, we showed you the room where we probably spend 50% of our time and where a lot of our food photos are shot: our dining room. As you can imagine, the other room that gets the most use from us is Continue…

  9. July Pairings Box Spotlight: Summer Garden Party with IZZE

    A few months ago, we kicked off a fun partnership with our friends at IZZE, beginning with a post about hosting a Friendsday Night, Tulum-Style. And this month, we teamed up with IZZE to come up with another Friendsday Night-inspired recipe collection, this time, for the Pairings Box. We called it the “Summer Garden Party Continue…

  10. ExclusiveRoasted Balsamic Cherry Sundaes

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    *Makes enough for four sundaes 2 cups of cherries, pitted 1 tablespoon of balsamic vinegar 2 tablespoons of turbinado sugar 1 pint of vanilla bean ice cream Coconut flakes or chocolate shavings, to serve 1. Preheat your oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit and line a baking sheet with foil. 2. Toss the cherries with the Continue…

  11. ExclusiveMinted Pea Crostini

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    *Serves four 1 1/4 cups of fresh English peas 4-5 mint leaves 1 tablespoon of olive oil, plus more for brushing on the bread and drizzling sea salt freshly ground pepper lemon zest shaved hard cheese such as Parmesan (we used Beecher’s) 1 baguette, sliced into 1 inch thick slices 1. Brush both sides of Continue…

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