One benefit of not being a great cooker is that if you're lucky, you tend to gravitate toward those who shine in the kitchen. I have many friends who keep me motivated with their meal repertoires - I get texts with pictures of last night's dinner, this morning's smoothie, a bowl of homemade ice … [Read more...] about Watermelon + Veggies
I have a confession, one that I'm pretty sure I've made in the past. As much as I love to bake, I dread cooking. I really do. I am pretty much incapable of planning dinner -- it's as if that part of my brain never developed beyond 'protein' and 'something green'. I own a ton of cookbooks and have … [Read more...] about For the cookers
You'll love this one... Here's a fun fact about me: I worked in a fly fishing shop for a few years in between Nashoba Brook Bakery and Babycakes. I wasn't too useful as an employee, but I was a meticulous clothing folder, a cheerful phone answerer, and tried really hard to help the shoppers to … [Read more...] about Good advice from a wise chef
Last night, I had the absolute pleasure of attending a cooking class at Kitchen Outfitters in Acton, MA run by Catherine Walthers, author of Raising the Salad Bar, Kale, Glorious Kale, Greens, Glorious Greens, and Soups & Sides. Being somewhat of a hermit, I was hesitant to go & had a … [Read more...] about I’m gonna be a cooker!