The beginning of the school year was truly chaotic but I am finally – finally – settling into fall. The year 2016 has not been my favorite, I will admit, but I feel such a positive energetic shift lately! And while tomato season was technically over at the end of September, I refuse to say sayonara for a couple of more weeks.
You guys, I am downright giddy with excitement about this chilled carrot soup. The carrots at the Union Square farmers market were ridiculous they were so pretty. I had no choice but to bring them home with me, even though they weren’t in my plans for the week. I wasn’t immediately sure what I was going to do with them. But it’s been 90+ degrees all week in this humid concrete jungle that I call home and cold soup has sounded pretty flipping awesome. read more
Nothing says summer quite like heirloom tomato gazpacho and I want you to be able to enjoy this recipe all summer long! It’s crazy healthy and easy to make. You can prep it in advance and keep it in your fridge for a refreshing lunch. Or serve it in small glasses like these if you are entertaining. read more
Can I just be blunt for a moment? There are days when life hands you a sh*t sandwich with a side of sinus infection. I know you know those days. And on those days, if you’re at my home, I will hand you a bowl of classic homemade chicken soup. No bells or whistles. No trying to reinvent the wheel. Just the original real deal and sometimes, that’s exactly what you need.
It feels like so many of my friends are fighting off the cold/the stomach flu/the bubonic plague right now. So if that’s you, I feel you, sister! I’m right there with you. Classics are classics for a reason and this is one of the best. Warm comfort in a bowl. Easy peasy. Here you go. read more
Can we just have a conversation about the colors in this vegan roasted acorn squash soup? This is the genius of mother nature. I am so psyched about how this turned out. Beautiful and insanely delicious.
When you see acorn squash soup recipes, you often see ingredients that aren’t so good for you – like butter or cream – along with classic herbs like thyme or sage. I wanted to go in a different direction. On its own, acorn squash is quite sweet. So what if we play against that and hit it with a bit of acidity? There are a couple of ingredients that make this acorn squash soup unique.