Food

  1. Cacio e Pepe Zoodles

    Today I’m sharing a recipe I developed in partnership with Thrive Culinary Algae Oil. All opinions are my own. Thanks so much for supporting the brands that help us do what we do! How do you start a post about zucchini noodles when you know so many terrible things are happening around the world? I Continue…

    We must continue to share beauty with the world through photographs and music. We must enjoy. It is imperative.
  2. Lavender Lemonade for West Elm

    We’re sharing another recipe on the West Elm blog today! Adapted from our super popular Rosemary Vanilla Bean Lemonade, this refreshing drink is made using both dried and fresh lemonade. Hop on over to grab the recipe AND a new playlist, too. If you love lavender, try your hand at our lavender latte and or lavender-sea Continue…

  3. Home Bar: Cygroni (aka Cin-Cyn)

    Home Bar: Cygroni (aka Cin-Cyn)

    Negroni Week has crept up on me once again. Every year, I’m surprised to see how much the participation has grown… San Francisco alone has 105 participating bars and restaurants this year donating a percentage of the profits to charities of their choice when you order a Negroni or Negroni variation from their menu. Check Continue…

  4. Frisée Salad with Warm Bacon Vinaigrette

    Thank you so much for helping us spread the word about our Kickstarter. We’re humbled by the response so far (over 75% backed!) but we still have 25 days to go! Learn more and back the project here. I am surprised by my own change of heart. I am the sort that’s not easily convinced. Continue…

  5. Roasted Carrots + A Playlist for West Elm

      Happy Friday! It’s been a HUGE week for us. Thank you so much for your support of our Kickstarter: we’re so excited to bring this project to life and just a few days after launch we’re nearly 75% funded. The work isn’t over yet, though, so we appreciate you helping us spread the word. Continue…

  6. Home Bar: Spanish Gin Tonic

    Is it summer yet? We’ve had a few glimpses of warm-weather days in San Francisco over the past month, and every sunny day I rush to pair the summery feeling with a fitting drink and/or activity. Park and rosé, beach and light beer, or cocktails and alfresco dining — always in good company of friends Continue…

  7. Rainbow Juice Trio in Honor of #fearnomess (Sponsored)

    This is a sponsored post in partnership with method.  All words and opinions are our own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help us do what we do! #fearnomess #stylebymethod It’s taken me a long time to accept a messy kitchen and truth be told, I’m still learning to be ok with a sink Continue…

  8. Rhubarb and Rye Upside Down Cake

    My first spring in Seattle and I’m already learning what it means to get ‘hit’ by the passing season. Coming from California, where spring isn’t quite so distinctive, I wasn’t prepared for the amount of change I would experience all around me, so suddenly. It’s like one morning I woke up to buds on every Continue…

  9. Home Bar: Santeria Rum Swizzle

    It’s not often that you come across someone who truly loves their job, but after my first conversation with Bryan Davis of Lost Spirits, I was left with an image of a sweet-toothed teenager working in a candy store. That’s how excited he was to share more about his ground-breaking technology, which produces spirits that Continue…

  10. The Ultimate Coffee Float: The Snowy Plover

    When I was about eight months pregnant with the twins, a friend introduced me to the Snowy Plover at Andytown Coffee Roasters in San Francisco. I had spent years journeying out to the Outer Sunset yet somehow, I never caught wind of Andytown. It was one of those crazy hot days that were so common Continue…

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