What have I been doing for the last month and a half? Honestly, a whole lot of stress eating, literary escapism, and long walks through my neighborhood at least 10 feet away from anyone else. I’m not gonna lie, this fashion blogger’s recent uniform of … Read moreTHE QUARANTINE DIARIES
When hunting for apples for a pommes de terre recipe from Michel Roux’s “The Essence of French Cooking,” it’s only appropriate to wear Parisian-inspired designs, oui? Maybe not my most logical outfit, but a trip to Stuckey Farms was the perfect opportunity to officially usher in fall … Read moreApples and fashion, the French way
If you’re a vegetarian, this post may not be your cup of tea (or cut of beef, rather). However, if you’re a proud carnivore who’s prepping for a Memorial Day/Indy 500 weekend barbecue, read on for a look at one of Central Indiana’s local butcher … Read moreGet your grill on
Do you like food? (Cooking it, eating it, looking at scrumptious pictures of it?) If the answer is yes, you’re invited to follow along with my “52 in 2017” challenge! I’ve never been much of a cook, but I love what food represents: community, family, … Read moreThe “52” Challenge
Happy Memorial Day to you! If you’re an apartment dweller like me and can’t grill anything without getting in serious trouble with your landlord, here’s a New York Times recipe for the delicious stovetop meatballs I made into summery skewers with oven-roasted veggies.