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  1. Ricotta Toast with Blueberry-Basil Quick Jam

    Ricotta Toast with Blueberry-Basil Quick Jam

    Back when we took our first family trip to Los Angeles as a family of three (!!!), we did something I feel is probably out of the question for a few more years. We went out to brunch. To a really popular joint, no less, called Sqirl — you may have heard of it? It Continue…

    The concept of burnt toast sounds both genius and odd, and I was intrigued enough to order it.
  2. Happy Thanksgiving!

    I’ll admit that it’s been a little hard to feel celebratory these past few weeks. No matter what your political views are, our country is going through an uncertain time and as someone who is pretty young, I’ve been surprised at just how emotional I’ve felt watching all of these events unfold. Thanksgiving has always been Continue…

  3. Peek Inside: Our Living Room and Audio Setup

    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…

  4. On Cooking, These Days

    This isn’t a post about motherhood. Or enjoying the moment. It is a post about why I miss me sometimes, and how I plan to get me back 98.9%. For someone who has pretty much turned her entire life upside down with a whole boatload of change in the last year, you might be surprised Continue…

  5. Kale, A Love Story (Sponsored)

    This is a sponsored post in partnership with Naked Juice. All words and opinions are our own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help us do what we do! Kale and I first met at the farmer’s market — at an outing that quickly became a weekly ritual. Previously, the only greens I was Continue…

  6. Sparkling Cranberry Shrub

    Most of 2015 has been a blur and something tells me that 2016 might be, too. I recall making crab cakes for breakfast in our pajamas and driving up to Stinson Beach with Matt and Neko on New Year’s Day before eating a late lunch at Stellina in Pt.Reyes. I had this realization that day Continue…

  7. Making a Cookbook with Blurb

    This post is sponsored by Blurb, a platform for self-publishing books, magazines, and ebooks. Thanks for supporting the brands that help us do what we do! I won’t lie — writing a cookbook is definitely something that’s crossed my mind. Watching a lot of my friends and acquaintances go through the process, it’s hard not Continue…

  8. Salt-Baked Sweet Potatoes from Near & Far

    By now, I think everyone’s read (or at least heard of) Marie Kondo’s book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. If not, I highly recommend you pick up a copy — it’s a fast read and it will totally refresh the way you think about your stuff — even if you don’t immediately adopt her Continue…

  9. New Gifts in the TK Market

    Finding the perfect gift for all your friends, coworkers, and loved ones can be tough. Often, it’s not personal enough, or too generic. And we all know the feeling of getting someone something that just feels meh. This season, in addition to offering the Pairings Box as a great holiday gift (which comes in 1 Continue…

  10. Apple Cider Cakes from Sunday Suppers

    A friend I was recently hanging out with at a wedding said, “I don’t think people read blogs anymore.” She hasn’t been blogging much herself, and was trying to figure out what it was she wanted out of blogging, if she were to return to it. It made me wonder if the statement is true. Continue…

  11. Win A Vinyl Prize Pack From Captured Tracks!

    A little over two weeks ago we debuted the new and improved Turntable Kitchen. It’s been nearly a year in the making and we couldn’t be more excited. To mark the occasion we’ve teamed up with some friends to offer you a series of awesome giveaways. We’ve previously offered chances to score cookbooks, groceries, ice cream sandwiches,shrubs, record store swag, Continue…