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Baked oatmeal and BAMF salmon

Long overdue, but hello! I hosted a pajama brunch + egg coloring on Easter Sunday and it was delightful. Just a few friends lounging around (almost all in pjs and one in a onesie!) until way too late (I changed … Continue reading

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Arugula smoothies and quinoa pancakes

Yes, it’s so “Sheila” to gravitate towards putting arugula in my smoothies and quinoa in my pancakes, but it worked! Arugula, pear, walnut, and ginger smoothie adapted from the NYT 1/2 cup freshly squeezed orange juice (1/2 large or 1 … Continue reading

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Thai-inspired soba noodle bowl

Had Kaitlin over for leap day dinner, and we made a dish I’d been wanting to try for a long while! Thai-inspired soba noodle bowl adapted from Sprouted Kitchen 1 package extra firm tofu 2 tablespoon soy sauce 2 teaspoons … Continue reading

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Warm lentil salad with goat cheese

I’ve made the original NYT version of this a couple of times, and adjusted a bit today to incorporate some of an opened bottle of white from Valentine’s Day. Came out great! Warm lentil salad with goat cheese adapted from … Continue reading

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Misoatmeal

My latest favorite. The original recipe says it serves two, so I portion half of it away for later…but then I just end up eating it after I finish the first bowl. Somehow, this combination just works. Misoatmeal adapted from … Continue reading

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Braised fennel with Meyer lemon

My piano teacher said this was her all-time favorite fennel recipe, and it’s now mine too! I ¬†ended up not having syrupy sauce (okay, I wasn’t paying attention and burned it…twice), and used sheep’s milk gouda to accompany the fennel. … Continue reading

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Dinner party success

Briefly rewinding, so I can document this meal! When home for Thanksgiving, I had promised a family friend (who is an amazing chef, we’ve done many Thanksgiving dinners at her house) that I’d have her over for dinner. She came … Continue reading

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