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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

Sides

Zucchini Bread

Fridays are swim class days for Esme and her best friend Maude. They are in L-O-V-E with their teacher, Milton. It’s one part adorable, one part terrifying to hear them

Breakfast

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

Spring

Chicken and Asparagus Risotto Style Pasta

Saturday was a day of extremes. The boy woke the girl or the girl woke the boy – they never let the other sleep and as for their parents, well,

Fall

Apple Crumble

You know what it’s like, as soon as you decide you’re not going to do something it’s all you can think about. When you realize you can’t swear in front

Summer

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

By Ingredient

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

Dinner

Carrot and Chickpea Stew

I was very late to get the Facebook party but man I’m having a good time now.  FB re-connected me with a dear friend after probably more than ten years.

By Meal Type

Ratatouille

See this child? Cute, huh? I agree. By day he is a delightful bundle of coos and gurgles, face splitting grins and infectious belly laughs. He loves me so completely

Fall

Mini Apple Cups

Today was the day. We got the girls together to bake. All our friends groaned at the idea of two preschooler’s cooking together, but we planned and plotted. Easy recipe.