Ok, so this post doesn't have anything to do with Justin Timberlake's song or involve scantily clad, gyrating dancers, but it does have to do with bringing the sexy back... to leftovers. Many times, after a long day, the dreaded question arises: What's for dinner? At this point, I usually open up my fridge and stare mindlessly inside, hoping for divine inspiration or Julia Child to appear inside the veggie drawer with detailed instructions on how to make pate out of sandwich meat.Read More
Any southerner worth her grits knows that the U.S is firmly and epicurean-ly divided by the North-South, Mason-Dixon line. A long and winding border-line, carved with the tears of displaced Southerners over the scarcity of this staple. Before you go and defile this treasured dish by suggesting that it's the same as polenta, I'll save you the inevitable shame of this comparison by telling you: it's not!Read More
This to me is as much an ode to the onion as it is to appreciating the small things and the innate beauty that all things have. There are movements inspired by slowing down and appreciating the small things, most refer to that movement as Slow Living or Quiet Living. There are beautiful blogs and magazines like Kinfolk or A Quiet Style that are dedicated to the concept, but besides reading those blogs I'm not exactly a strict adherent.Read More
After day-dreaming for months about doing a pastry/baking & Kinfolk inspired photo-shoot, this weekend we're teaming up with Solife Studios to finally make it happen. Soft, muted, and nostalgic this shoot is the perfect anecdote for dreary Spring days.
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