With Memorial Day–and all the potlucks, BBQs, and fun that come along with it–quickly approaching, we all need an easy and delicious recipe that’ll please a crowd and let us cooks get back to relaxing this three-day weekend. I’m trying to channel that zen vibe. I swear these Deviled Eggs with a twist will […]

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  Even though I love (really LOVE) digital media, I still have a soft spot for print. There’s a good chance it’s the book nerd/English major in me that still enjoys turning the pages of a book. Now that the news is out on newsstands (duh!), I’m excited to finally be able to share that […]

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  Last week, I had the most refreshing strawberry lemongrass pimm’s cup at The Corner Door. So when I saw these Harry’s Berries strawberries at the farmer’s market, I just had to recreate the cocktail at home. It would be perfect for a summer BBQ!   Strawberry Lemongrass Pimm’s Cup Ingredients 1 pint strawberries, hulled and […]

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  My friend Johnson has a shirt that says, “I put ketchup on my ketchup.” Raised in the Midwest, Brock is a BBQ sauce connoisseur naturally. My dad loves himself a good dash of hot sauce at every meal, especially that smokey chipotle Tabasco. I fancy myself a mustard lover. Give me a Dijon or whole […]

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Most people–or at least I use to–think of a daiquiri as giant, pink, blended drink served out of a plastic Eiffel Tower in Vegas. In actuality, it’s a classic cocktail that’s simply rum, lime juice, and simple syrup. Shaken and strained. That’s it. Today, I’ve taken the traditional version and added a refreshing bit of […]

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  After going to the Santa Monica Farmer’s Market for nearly a decade, I’m still shocked to be discovering new fruits and veggies to fall in love with. I’m just smitten by mother nature’s fine work. And that variety, dang! I love sharing those new finds too. That’s the main reason I started creating food […]

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I’m very excited to announce a freshly launched food styling and photography workshop at Poketo at The Line Hotel. Please join me on Saturday, April 25th from 2-5 pm for a hands-on class where we’ll be creating beautiful food photos with farm-fresh, organic produce from Summerland. Each student will go home with a gorgeous hand […]

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100k Followers on Instagram

  A huge thank you to all of you for helping me get to 100k followers on Instagram! Your support means the world. Thank you so much for celebrating food with me.

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  Just like produce, seafood also has its seasons. For the Santa Barbara spot prawn, its season begins now (early spring), so if you’re looking for something delicious, seasonal, and local (to Southern California), keep your eyes peeled. Its flesh tastes sweet as candy and it’s easy to cook. Availability can be somewhat sporadic, so I […]

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Last month, when Anne and I were brainstorming the baby shower menu for our friend Sarah (aka the most gorgeous preggers lady ever. Proof, here.), we wanted the menu to be really fresh and seasonal–very “ladies who lunch”/Ottolenghi-ish/Gjelina-esque, if that makes sense. Of the 19 girls, a few were gluten-intolerant and a few were vegetarian, so […]

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