Some people geek out about Star Trek movie release dates or scoring tickets to Super Diamond. Me, I anxiously await new books by Michael Pollan. Ever since I read The Omnivore’s Dilemma in 2009, I’ve pre-ordered every one of his subsequent books. And then when I get the call from the book store that the book is in, I literally get in
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When I first heard about the Paleolithic Diet a couple years ago, I thought it was for hard-bodies (my CrossFit friends) and slightly deranged people only.
People ask me about my pots a lot. This makes perfect sense because my pots are basically the stars of this blog and they’re front and center in all my cooking classes. I love my bright, heavy pots. And I just realized I kind of take it for granted that everyone knows why these pots are so awesome — beyond the fact
A few days ago I had the, ahem…pleasure of going to the grocery store with both my kids in tow. As any mom probably knows, I am using the word “pleasure” ironically. I know people with toddlers and preschoolers still have to do this, and I kind of enjoyed it when my kids were little enough to ride in the cart (Any