Parmesan Herb Baked Eggs

Our last recipe to share with you this year is a special little breakfast dish, made first for us by our dear friend Lindsay during a visit to Minnesota. She whipped up these baked eggs with Parmesan, some fresh herbs, and a little cream, and we were smitten. We immediately...

Herb and Garlic Salt

Our two pots of fresh herbs were the only remnant of our garden that moved to our new house this summer. We’ve been more intentional about watering, pruning, and holding on to these herbs for every last minute. But, fall has arrived in full. Usually we’d make a ton of...

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...

Herbacious Eggs and Cilantro Lime Rice

Here’s a little recipe for when life is a bit unbalanced, but you still need something to call “dinner”. We’re in that place right now, hovering between selling our current house and moving to a new home. It’s amazing how transient you can feel just knowing the place you rest...

Herbs: A Cook’s Best Friend

  For the next in our Healthy + Whole series, we’re going to stray a bit from our more “emotional” reasons for healthy eating (guilt, fear, time, inspiration – but we’ll be back to that soon!) and focus on something a bit more practical — and seasonal, for us at...

Red Beans and Rice

  48.8 million Americans—including 16.2 million children (nearly one in five children in America)—lack the means to get enough nutritious food on a regular basis. They live in food- insecure households and as a result, they struggle with hunger at some time during the year. (Source: nokidhungry.org) A sobering truth...








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