I’m a big podcast nerd. It’s true. (Between podcasts, music, and photos, my dinky 32 GB iPhone is constantly at max capacity.) So when the lovely Jessica Murnane of One Part Plant invited me to be a guest on One Part podcast, I was down. We’re talking about real life, including careers, inspiration, and […]

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Get ready for  a cute attack! I’m sharing a photo recap of my visit to Boondockers Farm–an extraordinary farm that’s doing good by preserving heritage breeds and heirloom seeds. Playing with farm animals is good for your soul, so I’m teleporting you via photos now:     The farm has seven Great Pyrenees dogs that protect and herd. […]

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All it takes is a quick, 30 minute car ride outside of Portland to be transported to verdant vineyards. Nature as far as the eye can see. For our second installment of my Travel Oregon trip, we’ll be covering a few of the most gorgeous wineries of Washington County and Greater Portland.  If you like pinot […]

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Feast Portland 2014 Recap

I was recently invited to takeover Travel Oregon‘s Instagram account while eating, drinking and exploring my way through Portland and the Greater Portland area. Being that it was my first time in Oregon, attending Feast Portland was the perfect way to get a sampling of  the delicious epicurean treasures from Oregon’s finest chefs and restaurants. Here are a few highlights and […]

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    The trailer for my Skillshare class on food photography and styling is online now. Check it out and sign up to be notified when it goes live on October 14, 2014. I’ll walk you through my food collage process from farmer’s market inspiration to editing for Instagram. I hope you’ll join me!   Food […]

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  This quick lunch of zucchini noodles was part of a fridge clean out before leaving for Santa Cruz last weekend. I gave Brock the directions over the phone and he spiralized the noodles AND made the sauce. That just shows you how easy this is to pull together. I came home just in time to plate […]

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  Tomato season is in full swing and when they are this sweet, a simple preparation is all you need. I’m sharing one of my favorite ways to enjoy them right now. I’m roasting them low and slow, which just cooks them enough to concentrate their flavors. The dash of za’atar (a middle eastern spice blend […]

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Make all the musical fruit jokes you want, but I think a pot of slow cooked beans is a sexy, soulful thang. The insides are all creamy and the pot broth liquor is savory and velvety, rich. Because a good thing can’t be rushed, cook them slow and low. This makes for a satisfying and effortless […]

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Unlike cooking, bad baking cannot be salvaged with any amount of Tapatio, salt, or lemon juice. I’ve got a few things like chocolate chip cookies and fruit crumbles on lock, but I’m still not quite as sure-footed when it comes to baking. I tend to fuss with baking recipes, tinker with the amount of sugar, and […]

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  Oh hello, summertime. It’s getting hot and I need more ice cream. The perfect combo of strawberry and rhubarb to be exact. And while we’re at it, let’s make it vegan. We’ll use cashew cream in place of heavy cream though, so it’ll still be nice and creamy. You won’t miss a thing, I […]

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