Corelyn

Last weekend was the summer solstice and we had the chance to celebrate with some of our favorite blogger friends. The incredible Kate of Farmhouse38 put together a beautiful event at her home and invited a few of us over to …

We have a little trick up our sleeve to help you get more bang for your avocado buck. Next time you can only get your hands on that one last truly ripe avocado in the grocery story, but you’re hoping …

Today is Jennie’s birthday! We make a lot of decadent cakes for this blog and for our friends, so Jennie and I have an unwritten rule that we keep things a little simpler on our own birthdays. This year, Jennie …

Strawberry season has us pulling out all our favorite strawberry recipes, both sweet and savory. It’s the perfect time to put berries on absolutely everything! We made this couscous dish with strawberries, spinach and caramelized onions for the first time …

We love trying new things to make grains more exciting, and this coconut basmati rice with peanuts, fresh peas, and pea tendrils is exactly the kind of thing we can’t resist. I had a dish similar to this at a …

A month ago, Jennie sent me a calendar invite to “Pot Pie Night” with some of our friends. I’ve learned not to ask questions when these things happen, so I responded by RSVPing “yes” and researching pot pie recipes. We’ve …

Strawberry Spinach Salad was really popular a few years back, with a poppyseed dressing. Simple, classic, and delicious. But then came arugula, and kale, and rainbow chard, and for a moment, people forgot just how good spinach is. We’re here to remind …

Happy Cinco de Mayo! We’ve been introduced to so many incredible Mexican dishes while living in Los Angeles, and I don’t think Jennie or I truly appreciated how tasty tortilla soup can be until we lived here. For today’s holiday, …

Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 4 hours (slow cooker on high) Servings: 8 – 10 Ingredients: 2 chicken breasts, cut into cubes 2 tsp cumin 1 tsp chili powder 1/2 tsp salt 1 cup diced red onion 1/2 cup diced …

A couple weeks ago, we got the chance to visit Homeboy Bakery in downtown LA thanks to the good people at King Arthur Flour who organized the “Bake for Good” tour. The bakery is one of several social enterprises run by …