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Shemesh Farms: Season with Purpose

Hi friends! It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged (more on that later), but I could not be any more excited to be back AND to tell you all about Shemesh Farms, an incredible new line of farm-to-jar culinary seasonings created by my brother Davis and a very special group of young people in Southern California. Not only are these products beyond delicious (I’ve been using them on everything recently, from grilled fish to burgers, salads, roasted vegetables, and even popcorn!), but I especially love the story and mission behind this enterprise.

Davis definitely got the green thumb in our family. Whereas my love affair with food has grown and flourished in the kitchen, his thrives in the garden. He sources his own seeds and plants them, carefully tending to the soil and the growing produce until ready to harvest. (He comes by it honestly – both sets of our grandparents were avid gardeners and grew most of their own produce.) I love throwing dinner parties with Davis, where he grows the food and I cook it. If only we didn’t live across the country from each other…!

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Dinner Parties and Diaper Rashes: The New Norm

Happy Monday, everyone! I know it's been awhile. Miss Evie has been on a bit of a nap boycott lately, which means that I don’t get a lot done during the day besides chasing her around the house – she’s now crawling and pulling up on everything – and trying to prevent her from chewing on computer cords, laptops, glasses, books, and other non-baby-friendly items. She is officially on the move. (And this mama is tired!) So first things first: for those of you who entered my Modern Potluck...

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Modern Potluck Giveaway

Now that I’m a mom, I’ve learned firsthand what many of you all have known for a long time: entertaining with a baby is a challenge. Not an insurmountable one, but nonetheless, it’s hard. During those early months, getting a meal prepared felt darn near impossible, much less cleaning the apartment and setting the table for guests. Now that Evie is a little older, I’m back to throwing dinner parties, but they’re more laid-back affairs, and most importantly, my expectations have shifted. I no...

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Spicy Roasted Chicken Thighs
Arugula Peach Corn Salad
Summer Tomatoes + Herb Ricotta

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