Monthly Archives: September 2013

The onset of comfort foods

As October approaches, my kitchen becomes a place of comfort. Throughout the fall and winter we cook dishes that take a long time to cook, and I love how the warmth from a simmering soup on the stove can fog … Continue reading

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Fall Vegetables

Just like I enjoy the season changes, I also enjoy the produce changes. A tomato or peach in the middle of winter from the grocery store bears absolutely no resemblance to what we have been enjoying for the last month. … Continue reading

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The Bibimbap is oh, so Bibimgood!

This dish is my favorite recipe this summer, hands down. Bibimbap is a signature Korean dish. The word literally means “mixed rice”. Traditionally it is served as a bowl of white rice topped with sautéed vegetables, chili paste and sometimes beef … Continue reading

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Back to school

Summer is quickly winding down and (at least for me) the comfort of the school year routine is settling in. Although I have much more time in the summer, I find it much easier to plan and execute regular meals … Continue reading

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Happy Labor Day!

Every Friday for the last 6 or so years in our house is Pizza Night. Mitchell and Katie look forward to this all week partly because kids love routine and what kid doesn’t love pizza? The first couple of years … Continue reading

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