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Herby Pea Soup for Springtime

Herby Pea Soup for Springtime

Well. Here we are, still, despite everything. The times have not gotten less strange, though we’ve perhaps become more accustomed to them. For most of us, I don’t think it’s become much easier. In many ways, I feel like I’m in an extremely protracted experience of transition, one that was simply kicked off by a […]

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Mostly in the Moment | Strawberry Tart

Mostly in the Moment | Strawberry Tart

Holiday weekend! It’s the “unofficial start to summer”! I’m here, therefore, with strawberries, dessert and a reminder to chill. I recently listened to this fantastic story on an old episode of The Moth, in which the writer Dan Kennedy recounts his experience going on assignment to Indonesia with scientists on the hunt for a giant […]

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Another Jam Tart for Springtime

Another Jam Tart for Springtime

Many years ago, early in this blog’s life, I wrote a series of posts that I called the in between, calling out the peculiarity of this time between winter and spring. I hold to my evaluation (though I’m embarrassed as anyone to look back at old writing, my youth laid bare on the page for all to read!). […]

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Between The Two | The Go-To Frittata

Between The Two | The Go-To Frittata

I come today with the most straightforward of recipes, for a moment in which things feel to me both immensely complicated and desperately simple. Politics, immigration and our nation’s ongoing inability to communicate across disagreement loom large. Yet it is summer, and for me, that conjures memories of simplicity at its finest: long days unfurling […]

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Live the Questions | Rustic Rhubarb Tarts

Live the Questions | Rustic Rhubarb Tarts

Recently, a friend and I were discussing a common theme in our lives, one that I return to again and again with friends these days—what’s next, and when? And how, exactly, do we answer those questions? My friend referenced a quote, something Krista Tippett had talked about on her podcast or in her book, though she […]

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