Food

  1. Megan Gordon’s Whole Grain Gingerbread

    Megan and I met some time ago, when she was still living in San Francisco. I won’t go into some of the big life changes she was going through at the time, but if you follow her blog and read through her beautiful new book, Whole-Grain Mornings, you’ll get a glimpse into her somewhat unlikely Continue…

  2. Cocoa Marshmallows: Season of Giving

    ‘Tis the season of edible holiday treats! Everyone I know is making peppermint bark, molasses cookies (+ smoky ginger-molasses cookies!), gingerbread, chocolate peppermint cookies, and hot chocolate with marshmallows, and I was starting to feel a little antsy that I hadn’t even broken into a jar molasses or peppermint extract. Yes, late at night, when Continue…

  3. A Peek Inside the October Pairings Box: Bistro Dinner

    As much as I love cooking in the summer, when the market feels like a gluttonous feast in and of itself, fall and winter hold a special place in my heart. Warm, textured soups, hearty greens and little nibbles frequently grace our table. I’m a bit behind, I know, in sharing peeks into our past Continue…

  4. Sweet Paul Magazine Kids Holiday Issue + Cheese Sticks Recipe

    We’re big fans of Sweet Paul Magazine, a beautiful lifestyle publication that is printed and published digitally (print issues are available for purchase at Anthropologie). When a new issue is released, I feel like images from the site appear all over the Internet because they are just that beautiful. The folks at Sweet Paul Magazine Continue…

  5. Jam-Filled Bombolini / Sufganiyot

    Writing can at times, feel like a marathon. The final period reminiscent of a big inhale. Sometimes an exhale, depending on what you are writing. We write to let our demons out, to commiserate, to release pent up energy, to give thanks, to question, and to find inside ourselves, the stories worth telling. Sometimes to Continue…

  6. Turntable Kitchen’s Holiday Gift Guide: Food, Drink, Entertaining

    We’ve searched high and low to compile some unique holiday gift ideas for you. Whether you’re shopping for your mom, dad, boyfriend, girlfriend, best friend, sibling, or a co-worker, we think we’ve found some great gifts for you to choose from. In addition to these items, we are currently accepting new subscribers to the Turntable Continue…

  7. Steel Cut Oats with Peanut Butter, Honey and Cinnamon

    We’ve had a few sleepless nights here in the Hickey household. Neko’s teeth seem to be breaking through in rapid succession and our days, despite the diminishing sunlight, feel longer than ever. I’ve never been one to function well on little sleep. This weekend, I scooped a spoonful of these steel cut oats with peanut Continue…

  8. Food and Music Gifts for Everyone

    Update: Very limited copies of the Local Natives Pairings Box are still available. Subscribe today! *** If you’re like me, you obsess over getting your loved ones the *perfect* gifts for the holidays. You try to be original, thoughtful and insightful. That’s where Turntable Kitchen comes in. Virtually all of our products are gender-neutral, and somewhat age-neutral, too. Did Continue…

  9. The Ultimate Food and Music Guide to San Francisco

    We’ve done a number of City Guides here on Turntable Kitchen, and the other day, as I was taking a stroll through Golden Gate Park, I realized that I’ve never actually done a City Guide for the city that I live in. The one I’ve lived in for the past 8+ years! How crazy is Continue…

  10. Baked Fries with Malt Vinegar Aioli: Blogging for Comments

    When I first started blogging, I never got any comments. Each time a post would go out in the ether, I’d hold my breath a little, wondering if a kind soul would consider waving hello. I still remember my excitement when comments started coming in. Sometimes, I’d get just one, but others, I’d get 10, Continue…

  11. The Best Cold Weather Soup Recipes

    The time has come! Soup weather. Now it’s officially November, which means my favorite holiday is only a few weeks away. I’ve already begun to compile my Thanksgiving recipe ideas list; the hardest part is going to be narrowing it down. What’s on your agenda? Buttermilk biscuits? Cornbread stuffing? Apple pie? I’d love to hear. Continue…

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