Lunch

By Ingredient

Corn and Black Bean Salad

There’s nothing like corn on the cob from the local farms at my cottage. Really. I didn’t even used to like corn on the cob until I tasted the insanely

By Meal Type

One Fish, Two Fish, How Much is Too Much Fish?

I’m confused about fish. I know the good fats of DHA Omega 3s make skin and hair look younger and healthier and that fish is brain food. Anyone in doubt

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Vegetable Pancakes

I’m just going to confess right off the top that Esme did not like this dinner. In fact, I had to coerce her to even put a speck of pancake

Vegetables

Vegetable Calzones

Perhaps making a recipe that needs a 400 degree oven wasn’t the smartest idea on a day when the temperature outside felt only slightly cooler. But you know what it’s

Poultry

Shakshuka!

Ben is a photographer and this week he’s got a lot of dusk shoots to do. I can get pretty lazy about dinner when it’s just me and Esme eating.

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Vegetable Quesadillas

Another day, another dinner. Another day or staring into the fridge thinking, “Dinner? Are you in there, dinner?” It’s like a Rubik’s cube: tomato, peppers, onion equals…. pasta sauce? Bleh.

Summer

Kale Pesto

5:30 am Ceri’s House Julian quietly jabbers and I realize he has slept through the night. Second time this week! Please God let this be the new pattern. I bring

By Season

Kale Quiche

One Sunday afternoon, as I waited outside of Whole Foods for Dan and Scarlett to meet me, I sat catatonic. It was around 2pm and I was hitting the proverbial

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Tilapia (baked or fried)

Selecting the recipe for our weekly cooking playdate seemed like a no-brainer. Ceri and I were in a “fingers” mood (as in chicken and fish) for their ease and crowd

Poultry

Chicken Fingers

Have you ever noticed that any kid menu in the free world includes chicken fingers? It’s no wonder they become a staple in a lot of children’s diets. However, I