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February Kitchen Challenge Results: Old-Fashioned Fudge

Fudge: been there, done that, probably won’t ever be able to do it again. But it worked. For one batch at least, it worked. And it is divine. Velvety smooth. A texture unlike any fudge I’ve ever had before. The taste is determined solely by the quality of your cocoa powder. Which, for this batch,...

Creamy Cauliflower Soup with Brown Butter

I’m not one to wax poetic about soup. Soup is soup and often quite boring soup at that. For me, soup is usually a vehicle for eating more bread. Creamy soups at least, I have a hard time eating a bowl without at least a few slices to dip. But this soup… this soup is...

Chocolate Dutch Baby with Caramelized Pears

I am a big proponent of the lazy weekend brunch. Unfortunately, it seems like these days lazy weekends are few and far between. More often than not we’re not playing catch up and cramming our weekends full of errands and photoshoots and work that didn’t get done during the week. Taylor trying to make use...

You Asked, We Answered!

Last week, we opened ourselves up to questions. I really loved hearing what you guys had to say and what you wanted to know. Here goes… When you started your blog and design business, did you ever anticipate that you’d make your living doing them and that they’d grow into what they are today? Like...

Goat Cheese & Avocado Toast

This recipe is so simple it almost doesn’t count as a recipe, but it was too good not to share, jazzing up a basic avocado toast with crumbled goat cheese, red pepper flakes, and my new favorite finishing salt, Hawaiian black lava. We don’t eat avocados often, primarily because really good ones are rare here...