Soup Season has Commenced: Up 1st-Turmeric Coconut Chicken Soup

I have a deep affection for soup. It has so many endearing qualities: versatile, filling, body warming, easy to share, healthy - or at least potentially healthy, can be made ahead, perfect left overs...I could go on and on. Some of the most frequently made soups at our house are: THIS tomato soup, THIS tortellini … Continue reading Soup Season has Commenced: Up 1st-Turmeric Coconut Chicken Soup

Lots of Loaves (#1 Must-Make Loaf: Earl Grey Yogurt Cake)

Since the very start of quarantine, loaves have been a dominant theme of my baking. One day, after repeatedly making this newfound Earl Grey Yogurt Loaf Cake, and tweaking a Banana Bran Bread recipe, and baking many many versions of artisan crusty bread, and my favorite cinnamon raisin bread, one of my kids said, "Wow, … Continue reading Lots of Loaves (#1 Must-Make Loaf: Earl Grey Yogurt Cake)

Miscellany 2: Summer Gifts (Vermont Maple Syrup, Garden Inspired Meals, Morning Prayer & Revolutionary Cleaning Cloths)

Summer days have been filled with so much.  Early mornings and late nights and lots of moving parts in between.  As we are gearing back up for the start of school and back to campus for me, I have been reflecting on the gifts of this summer. There are many things I cherish from this … Continue reading Miscellany 2: Summer Gifts (Vermont Maple Syrup, Garden Inspired Meals, Morning Prayer & Revolutionary Cleaning Cloths)