• What’s In My Lunch Box This Week

    When I first moved out of my parents' house, I had all classic experiences that come when you're learning to do stuff on your own. Like grocery shopping, and budgeting your money so you can eat at

  • Left-Over Sourdough Starter Loaves

    When you're feeding your sourdough starter twice a day (see over here for more details about that), but you don't have time/freezer space/a family of 10 to bake every day, you end up with quite a lot

  • Butternut Squash Agnolotti with Cilantro Pesto

    It has been a while since I made filled pasta. That is only good, common sense, since filling pasta is extremely time consuming. Also, I'm not yet particularly good at it. My agnolotti leak and my

  • Omelet and Dark Sourdough Bread Breakfast

    I may or may not have rediscovered my sweet tooth recently. I blame the British Baking Show and Netflix. They have conspired to make this happen. And once you begin feeding your body that sweet

  • Egg, Bacon, and Radish Greens on Sourdough

    It's possible that the breakfast post featuring eggs and bacon is becoming a bit of a cliche here on the blog. Yet, I'm sorry to say that there seems to be no end in sight, because eggs and bacon are

  • Chard & Beet Stem Hummus

    There were chard stalks in my fridge recently. The greens had been used for breakfast a few days prior, but what was I going to do with the stems? I suspected I would be in the same dilemma with some

  • Dukkah

    Dukkah is one of those genius inventions, which, when you try it and learn what it is, makes you wonder how you could possibly not have thought of this food before. It's so good, but it's extremely

  • A Not Quite Banh Mi Sandwich

    Banh mi sandwiches are a great favorite with both me and Paulus. You probably already know what a banh mi sandwich is, because they have been so very hip for the last few years. But in case you don't,