Honey Roasted Carrots with Feta & Pistachio

Over the past few months, I've been seeing some amazing-looking roasted carrot recipes on Instagram, with some similar attributes. These by Noor Murad from a January Ottolenghi column, with mozzarella, maple, and hazelnuts. There was another with labneh and another with garlic yogurt. The combination of roasted carrots plus some sort of dairy, topped with... Continue Reading →

White Bean & Tiny Pasta Soup

This is the easiest soup and one of my favorite family recipe soups. In our family cookbook, it's attributed to by Aunt Townley. It's the one my mom makes for me if I'm not feeling well (or that I steal out of her fridge any time I see it). It's another one of those things... Continue Reading →

Muzzie’s Dip

I've been trying and coming up short of what exactly to write for this post. So let me start by copying and pasting what I wrote on social media not long after her death. Yesterday, we celebrated the life of my amazing grandmother. She was a mother to seven, grandmother to 23, and great-grandmother to... Continue Reading →

Chicken Musakhan

Over here, we're still loving cooking our way through Falastin, January's selection for the Kitchn's Cookbook Club. So far we've made Lemon Chickpea Salad (Balilah), Saffron Butternut Squash Soup, and a few others that we didn't share on here (yet). We love Middle Eastern food at baseline, and this cookbook has been a real treat. I've wanted... Continue Reading →

Salted Maple Pie

So it seems like our cookbook club is the only thing that's keeping us blogging this fall... I guess that's a good thing! We're still really enjoying participating and are loving the variety of cookbooks selected. For November, we're cooking (or baking as it were!) through Sister Pie, by Lisa Ludwinski. The selection is certainly... Continue Reading →

Pasta with Clams & Sausage

On Instagram a few weeks back, The Kitchn announced that they were creating a virtual cookbook club (ie: a book club, but with cookbooks...). I got really excited! I love cookbooks, trying new recipes, and getting inspired from different sources, but honestly sometimes I'm a little lazy about it. Frankly, a lot of times it's easier... Continue Reading →

Maple & Mustard Pork with Shallots

We're baaaaack! Very sorry for the lack of recipes for the past few months! The dates of our blog absence directly correlate with the first and early second trimester of Ally's pregnancy with our first child!! While this is spectacular news, our blog did suffer for awhile there. Ally has been fairly sick for the first... Continue Reading →

French Onion Meatballs

Ever eat a delicious bowl of french onion soup and think, 'wow, this is really good, but I wish I had some meat!' Yea, me neither, because a bowl of french onion soup is a treasure just how it is. BUT, if you were thinking that, you could turn to this handy recipe for French Onion... Continue Reading →

Roasted Patatas Bravas

If you're anything like me, when eating at a Spanish tapas restaurant you can't pass up the quintessential tapas dish - patatas bravas. These little potatoes are a little spicy and a little tomato-y and just perfect dipped into a classic garlic aioli! We made a super garlicky aioli to go with ours, and it was delicious!... Continue Reading →

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