Corelyn

Since we made our own pumpkin puree a couple weeks ago, I’ve been itching to make another fall treat. Ironically, it was a buzzfeed article mocking the internet’s obsession with mason jars that inspired this recipe. Sorry, buzzfeed. I just …

Last weekend, we suddenly realized that in all our years in Southern California, we’ve never made our own fish tacos. We’ve driven all over town, and sometimes out of town, to taste the offerings of every taco stand and beach …

Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 15 minutes Servings: 4-6 tacos Taco Ingredients: 1 lb white flaky fish 4 scallions, chopped 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 3 tbsp grapeseed oil (can sub vegetable or canola oil) juice of 2 limes …

Ladies and gentlemen, it has been far too hot in Los Angeles the last few weeks to even consider turning on your oven. Or stand over a hot stove, for that matter. Enter, the slow-cooker. The answer to all our …

Jennie and I made a triumphant return to the Hollywood Farmers’ Market last weekend, and we only had eyes for tomatoes! There was such a bounty, and we could not resist. We bought all shapes, sizes, and colors and let …

We pinned this recipe for West African Peanut Stew almost 5 months ago, but I rediscovered it last weekend while trying to plan my lunches for the upcoming week. This seemed like the perfect stew to cook up a big …

In honor of Jennie and Jeff deciding on a Rhode Island venue for their upcoming wedding, we decided to whip up a Rhode Island favorite – coffee cabinets. Known to the rest of the world as a milkshake or a …

When it comes to culinary exploration, Jennie and I will try anything at least once. Probably twice. We’d heard rumblings that watermelon could be grilled, and since I’m not much of a watermelon fan, it seemed like we had nothing …

There really is no excuse for not eating more fish. It’s healthy, delicious, and readily available in the supermarket. As a kid, eating fresh seafood was a special treat reserved for summer beach vacations and old habits die hard. Sometimes …

It is popsicle season, my friends. It is too hot outside to eat things any warmer than room temperature, and consumption of frozen treats is a highly recommended summer past time for just about everyone we know. The trouble is, …