Hello again! It’s good to be back after a hiatus that ended up being a little longer than originally planned. I’ve been getting settled in to my new apartment, job, and routine in Boston after our move from Brooklyn last month and am finally feeling ready to get back to blogging. This is the longest … Continue reading PA Dutch Chicken Corn Soup
I took an unexpected break from blogging for about two weeks, never returning with the new recipe I promised you in my last post. Just checking in to let you know I’m ok! 🙂 As I mentioned in some previous posts, Andrew and I had been getting ready to move to Boston (we did it!) … Continue reading See you in a few weeks!
It’s now just two weeks until moving day, so we’ve really been trying to check a bunch of New York things off of our list! Andrew’s sister and her fiance came to visit us this past weekend, and we dragged them along on a few adventures. Saturday, we started the day with bagels from our … Continue reading New York Adventures: City & Upstate
I mentioned last week that I had plans to make Hawaiian-style pulled pork in the slow cooker, and it turned out so well that I had to share the recipe with you! This is loose adaptation of a recipe on the King’s Hawaiian website. It’s so easy and so delicious! It also paired perfectly with … Continue reading Hawaiian-Style Pineapple Pulled Pork
This weekend I didn’t do very much cooking because we ended up eating out at restaurants a lot. We’ve been making the rounds of our favorite places in New York, because at the end of the month we are moving to Boston! Andrew is going to be doing doctoral studies in music and I am … Continue reading Sunday at the Shore
Dairy-Free Fudge Pops I was inspired by the heat wave we had last weekend to make popsicles—possibly the most summery treat of all. These are dairy free and super creamy and delicious, with just the right amount of sweetness. The original recipe calls for a tablespoon of instant espresso powder, so feel free to add … Continue reading Dairy-Free Fudge Pops
This spicy dip is one of my new staple recipes! If you have a hard time with spicy foods, you can try replacing the chipotles with a few sun-dried tomatoes in olive oil (or use regular sun-dried tomatoes that have been soaked in hot water for 20 minutes) and adding a teaspoon of smoked paprika. … Continue reading Smoky Red Lentil Dip