Simple Indian-Spiced Tomato Soup with Lime

Even when we’re at our most frazzled, like working 60+ hour weeks at our day jobs (guilty as charged), we still try to make a priority to have good food at our fingertips. Because these are the times when it’s easiest to start eating whatever’s convenient, or start snacking out...

Tomato Artichoke Lentil Stew

This stew is the second in our “hearty soups” feature. It might sound elementary, but we cling to soups in the winter. They’re easy to make, comforting, and a whole, nourishing choice in the winter months. We created these soups intentionally to be meals both filling and full of nutrients....

Sweet Potato Soup with Harissa and Greens

With the coming of the new year, Alex and I have been talking about new ways to approach this space. I don’t think either of us would have imagined when we started that we’d still be creating and photographing recipes 3 1/2 years later. On top of that, this space...

Roasted Tomatillo and Black Bean Soup

It’s taken a while, but I finally love cooking. I used to be the impatient type, only wanting to cook for as little time as possible so I could enjoy the best part – the eating. Alex has always loved the process, so he’s had to drag me through it,...

Corn and White Bean Chowder

I have one recurring nightmare, and it’s this: I’m in some kind of performance, either a dance or piano recital, usually. It’s the night of the performance, and I realize that I don’t know the dance or the musical piece. So I’m on stage, with everyone watching, and I have...

Watermelon Gazpacho

Happy Monday! We’re excited to share a guest post today over at one of our favorite style + lifestyle blogs, A House in the Hills. Head over to Sarah’s beautiful space for the recipe for this watermelon gazpacho - a delicious cold soup to keep you cool during the summer heat!...








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