Hazelnut & Pumpkin Seed Butter

When I was younger, I planted pole beans, squash, and strawberries all around our house. Nothing did that well because the canopy blocked out most of the sun. My great grandparents had land in California where they would grow grapes, cherries, squash, peppers, and a lot more. My other grandma planted fifteen tomato plants one summer and installed a greenhouse in her backyard. I guess, we are a...

Pressed Boston Review

Pressed Boston is one of the newest additions to the local food scene that is catering to Bostonians who value high-quality food on-the-go. A few weeks ago, we faced the less than average temperatures to make our way to Charles Street. A new on-the-go juice bar and eatery is nestled at the base of Boston's Beacon HIll, just down the road from the historic Charles Street meeting house and the...

Weeknight Meals: Soba Noodle Bowl

This weekend we went over to our friends' place for brunch. It was one of those early spring days when the sun is shining, but the wind is blowing. It was really nice to sit around a table with friends and watch the sunshine stream through the windows and catch up after a long winter. I love tasting other people's home cooking - the flavors, spices, and cooking techniques. Brunch...

Spinach and Strawberry Salad w/ Candied Cashews

I have a habit of cueing in on other people's conversations. I come by this honestly. My mom does the exact same thing. One minute you are talking to her and the next her eyes are entirely glazed over and you know that she has heard every word at the table behind her. I've had to practice how to tune out people's conversations. It's like my ears don't have the best filter and they just wander...