1. Turntable Kitchen shares an easy recipe for Coffee-Rubbed Steak Tacos

    Coffee-Rubbed Steak Tacos

    There was a period of time I remember when a lot of bloggers started writing about slowing down. They argued that we’d become consumed with producing more and more, engaging more and more, and that our genuine connections (and our sanity) were suffering. I wrote about it, so I know exactly when this was happening. Continue…

    Today’s recipe feels like a throwback; it’s the epitome of who we are and how we cook.

  2. Really Good Chicken Noodle Soup

    Chicken Noodle Soup

    The makings of a really good chicken noodle soup can be argued until the end of eternity. Every culture adds their own flair. From egg noodles to ramen, lemongrass and ginger to egg, we’ve all grown up with our version of chicken soup, and the belief that it’s the very best. Over the last year, Continue…

  3. Burrito Bowl with Cumin Lime Crema

    Burrito Bowl with Cumin Lime Crema

    It took me a long time to feel comfortable in the kitchen. I began to enjoy cooking sometime in college, but back then, I owned exactly two cookbooks, and I cooked everything from them religiously (alternating only with the Food Network). Ina Garten became my beloved kitchen companion, encouraging me to make plenty of soups Continue…

  4. 13 Kitchen Tools We Can’t Live Without

    13 Kitchen Tools We Can't Live Without

    Nearly two years ago, we shared our list of 28 kitchen essentials for the home cook. Fast forward to this fall, we had a new kitchen, with a lot more room and storage space, and a fresh slate (Clean drawers! Empty cupboards!). Giving our kitchen a new life made me go back to my list Continue…

  5. The Only Minestrone Soup Recipe You Need

    The Only Minestrone Soup Recipe You Need

    It’s soup weather! And yes, I did make this recipe before we took our tree out, but aren’t those twinkly lights so pretty? I don’t know about you, but I feel like 2018 just blew the front door open. Not in a bad way, just in a I-can’t-keep-up-way. I spent a good amount of time Continue…

  6. The High-Low Cheese and Charcuterie Board & 2017

    The High-Low Cheese and Charcuterie Board

    When I think about 2017, the main thing that comes to mind is that it was a year of high highs and very low lows. It’s in this spirit that I share today’s recipe: the high-low cheese and charcuterie board (more on that later). It began with the worst winter I have ever lived through, Continue…

  7. Soft Glazed Molasses Cookies

    Soft Glazed Molasses Cookies

    Matt got an Amazon Echo for his birthday this year and naturally, it’s proven to be equally useful as it is entertaining for our kiddos. For the last three weeks, Alexa has been forced to alternate between the My Little Pony soundtrack and two Christmas songs: Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas” and “Jingle Continue…

  8. How to Make Mulled Wine

    How to Make Mulled Wine

    “We travel for romance, we travel for architecture, and we travel to be lost.” — Ray Bradbury Our recent trip to Montreal refilled my cup for travel — just enough to leave me hungry for more. You see, Matt and I have been incredibly lucky to be able to continue to travel (just the two Continue…

  9. Prosciutto Skewers

    Prosciutto Skewers

    This is a sponsored post in partnership with our friends at Pints and Plates. All words and opinions are our own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help us do what we do! I blinked and suddenly it’s November again. We got lucky this year in Seattle: a warm and sunny October, with relatively little Continue…

  10. Persimmon Salad with Grapes, Avocado, and Walnuts

    Persimmon Salad with Grapes, Avocado, and Walnuts

    Persimmons and I have a funny relationship. My mom and grandpa love them and for years, I didn’t really know what the fuss was about — especially after I had mistakenly assumed that Hachiya and Fuyu persimmons were interchangeable. I bit into the former — an elongated fruit that seemed as harmless as a pear Continue…

  11. Kabocha, Olive Oil, and Chocolate Cake

    Kabocha, Olive Oil, and Chocolate Cake

    It snowed in Seattle. On November 4th. I mean…I realize we left California for the PNW but this was something. There’s a part of me that really hates slowing down in any sort of capacity, but there’s a major upside to being slowed down by weather. It literally forces me to relax a little. And Continue…

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