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Cereal – LA

July 16, 2013

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Now that you know my secret love of (some) processed foods, I have no qualms with telling you about my cereal problem.  I could eat it for breakfast and dinner.  I gave it up for Lent one year (40 very sad, dark days).  I had no idea what to eat in the morning, but it […]

Spanish – NYC

July 8, 2013

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I have a sweet-spot for all things Spanish for three reasons: 1. My cousin and I traveled to Barcelona together while I was in college and it was one of the most fun and memorable trips of my life — it also was the trip where we went from cousins to the best of friends […]

Dark Chocolate & Mint – LA

July 3, 2013

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I bought the most delicious chocolate spearmint from the Santa Monica farmers market.  Yes, that’s right.  There’s a chocolatey spearmint that you can grow in your garden.  It’s like a thin-mint in plant form.  This recipe marries together my favorite ice cream recipe with a silky, chocolate pudding.  It tastes super sinful, but guess what!  […]

Chocolate? Meet Balsamic – LA

February 19, 2013

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We recently learned that a wonderful blog, Foods for the Soul, was inspired by us.  Little old Bakers, Bicoastal.  We were so touched that we wanted to write a post in her honor featuring a lovely combination–chocolate and balsamic vinegar.  Check out her Salted Balsamic Chocolate Cookies.  Fabulous, right? In the same vein, I want […]

Popcorn – LA

December 28, 2012

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Holidays are nuts.  There are the usual suspects–gift shopping, Christmas card writing and holiday parties.  On top of that, we’ve been preparing (read: procrastinating) for a 16-day trip to Kenya and Tanzania.  That doesn’t leave us too much time for festive baking. I did get to make a few holiday treats this year: cardamom palmiers […]

Herbs – LA

December 13, 2012

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Whole wheat herb bread.  Warm, from the oven.  Slathered in olive-almond-sage tapenade.  You’re welcome. Erin, my lovely friend in San Francisco, seemed to always be making these fantastic breads.  Cheese bread, olive bread, cinnamon buns and more.  She made it look easy to just show up at brunch with a warm loaf of bread.  I […]

Rhubarb – LA

July 12, 2012

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I feel like every new post starts with an apology about our long hiatus.  But not this time. In addition to the usual craziness, I’ve started a new job, and we adopted two 10-week-old adorable kittens who love nothing more than to wake me up by purring on my face. You guys understand.  Sometimes life […]