One of my favorite grain salads from #forestfeastgatherings: Just mix cooked quinoa with pistachios, sunflower seeds, almonds, pecans, pumpkin seeds, and dried cherries.
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that." -MLK
Love this shot by @alexwolfco of the Forest Feast journal in the #theforestfeast feed 🖋☕️
For me, soup is all about the toppings, like the Greek yogurt, pomegranate seeds and scallions on this Sweet Potato Chowder from #forestfeastgatherings
The power was out (for the 3rd time) this morning. There've been wild winds, lots of rain, trees down and flooding in these mountains the last few days, but I think we might be out of it now. Thinking about cozy bowls of polenta to keep warm, like this one from the creamy polenta barn menu in #forestfeastgatherings. I topped it with marinara, fresh cilantro, pinenuts and feta.
This is day 5 of a wild storm in our neck of the woods. Nice to be cozy inside by the fire with baby Max. (More in stories 👆🏼) #frommybedroomwindow
One of the things that makes me the happiest with this whole Forest Feast project of mine is seeing people make my recipes. I especially love it when I see people start with one of my ideas and be creative with it. This is a re-post from @tasteoftheplace in #theforestfeast feed, who did a beautiful variation on the roasted apples recipe from my first cookbook. Cheers to inspiration in the kitchen and healthy cooking in the new year!
Baby Max has arrived! We got home from the hospital today and are looking forward to a cozy weekend in with our boys. 💛
Quinoa Edamame Salad: mix cooked quinoa with shelled edamame beans, chopped fresh herbs, chopped scallions, sunflower seeds and sesame seeds. Dress with sesame oil, olive oil, soy sauce and rice vinegar. Serve warm or cold. A healthy little lunch or dinner idea from the archives 🌿 #theforestfeast
Anxiously awaiting baby boy #2 who arrives any day, but enjoying these last few sweet days with Ezra as our only child. 💛