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Do I Need Another Button? Lessons Learned From My Alt Summit Panel on Social Media

July 22nd, 2013 Do I Need Another Button? Lessons Learned From My Alt Summit Panel

*Images courtesy of Wendy MacNaughton A few days ago, I had the honor of speaking on a panel at Alt Summit in San Francisco, a conference for bloggers. I was joined on stage by the uber-talented illustrater Wendy MacNaughton, Foodzie founder and 1/2 of The Startup Couple Emily Olson LaFave (our moderator) and Creative Director […]

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A Peek Inside the June Pairings Box (Soup Night)

July 12th, 2013 Chicken Soup with Posole and Tortilla Crisps

Last month’s Pairings Box was an ode to one of our favorite meals: soup! The star of the show was this Chicken Soup with Posole and Tortilla Crisps, accompanied by Toasted Cumin Guacamole and Toasted Cumin Popcorn. You might have guessed that our Premium Ingredient last month was Toasted Cumin (it’s a-mazing). The recipe collection […]

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Top 6 Food Blog Trends & Obsessions

July 11th, 2013 Top 6 Food Blog Trends & Obsessions

I’ll be the first to say that I am one to get obsessed with ingredients. Since I’m an old lady when it comes to blogging (2007?!) I will say that I’ve managed to observe a lot of food trends just by reading food blogs. Here are some that I’ve observed recently, and am a big […]

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Turntable Kitchen City Guide: Nashville, Tennessee

June 18th, 2013

Although we just returned from a trip to Japan, my Nashville City Guide has been a long time coming, so I’m finally sharing it (don’t worry, Japan is soon to come!). Nashville has been on my ‘to-do’ list as a city to visit for quite some time. I must admit that country is probably my […]

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Wilder Quarterly and a Special Event in NYC

May 24th, 2013 Wilder Quarterly Mushroom Dinner

Despite my love of technology (blogging, taking photos with my phone and DSLR camera, etc.), I’m still a die-hard fan of paper. I can’t get enough of all of beautiful print publications like Gather Journal, Sweet Paul, UPPERCASE, Anthology, Cereal, Kinfolk…and now, Wilder, a magazine “for people enthralled by the natural and growing world.” One […]

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The Flower Recipe Book: An Interview with the Authors + Two Recipes!

May 8th, 2013

I’m charmed by The Flower Recipe Book by Alethea Harampolis and Jill Rizzo, owners of Studio Choo, a floral design studio here in San Francisco. I first came across their arrangements at the San Francisco Kinfolk brunch last year, and was blown away by their approach to arranging flowers. I adore having fresh flowers in my home, […]

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Turntable Kitchen City Guide: Louisville, KY

April 25th, 2013

A few months ago, I was flipping through Flipboard (ha!) on my iPad in bed when I came across Lonely Planet’s list of Top 10 US travel destinations. The number one place on their list? Louisville, Kentucky. I yelled out to Matt, who was brushing his teeth in the bathroom to relay my curiosity about […]

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New in the TK Market: Watermelon Market Tote with Record Pocket

April 11th, 2013

We love a good, sturdy tote bag and we’ve been wanting to make a TK one for ages. But we didn’t want to create just any ol’ bag; we wanted to make a product that was high-quality, utilitarian, unique, and fit the lifestyle of Turntable Kitchen readers and subscribers. We’re thrilled with our offering. Our […]

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New in the TK Market: Organic Cotton Baby Onesies (Limited Quantity)

April 3rd, 2013

The TK Market, our little online shop, has been steadily growing (did you see we released our first 12″ vinyl record?) and today we’re excited to introduce three new, exclusive products: organic cotton baby onesies manually screen printed using non-toxic, lead and phalate-free ink. You can select the Whisk + Headphones design on either pomegranate […]

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Turntable Kitchen City Guide: Mendocino, California

March 26th, 2013

One of my favorite things about living in the Bay Area is being only a few hours’ drive away from some truly magical places. Getting away for a long weekend isn’t quite as easy with a baby (though we certainly aren’t cutting travel out of our lives; we’ve just accepted that it’s a little more […]

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