• Sweet Tea: It’s Where I Draw The [Mason-Dixon] Line

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    January 30, 2017 There's a line Founding Foodie Amy won't stand to be crossed when it comes to iced tea: SUGAR. As in, don't add any. Sweet tea wasn't even in her vocabulary before moving to Washington, D.C. Though she's lived in the area for more ...

    Sweet Tea: It’s Where I Draw The [Mason-Dixon] Line
  • Ode To A Cookbook Collection

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    October 10, 2016 Cookbooks are foodie porn. From the moment you crack your first cover, hand trailing longingly over picture after mouthwatering picture... you're hooked. At least this foodie with her bookcase overflowing with titles was. My favor ...

    Ode To A Cookbook Collection
  • Sprouting 101

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    April 3, 2015 Spring is springing as we type this! To celebrate, we're doing a whole month of sprouted goodies. Founding Foodie Sarah gets us started with this overview. What can be sprouted? What are the health benefits? How can you use sprout ...

    Sprouting 101
  • What The Pho?

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    January 2, 2015 Nothing is as comforting as a big bowl of soup. Whether you’re recovering from a holiday season replete in heavy foods, or trying to fend off that winter cold making its way around the office, soup can be a magic elixir. This we ...

    What The Pho?

April 24th, 2017

Gimme Greens… The More Bitter, The Better

We plunge forward, dancing around April showers as we continue our focus on all the deliciousness Spring has to offer. Greens are not necessarily as unique as some of the things we’ve looked at this month, like squash blossoms, morels and spring onions, but they definitely are not something we gravitate toward. Maybe we should reconsider. Nutritionist Kathy McNeely explains why. Continue reading Read more

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April 17th, 2017

Food Goal Level “Squash Blossoms” Achieved

Eating stuffed squash blossoms from Founding Foodie Amy’s kitchen brings back many memories for her partner in crime Sarah. These delicate little flowers remind her how far she’s come and how far she has to go on her food knowledge journey. Has she achieved master level with these cheesy, crispy squash blossom quesadillas or does she have much left to learn? Continue reading Read more

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April 10th, 2017

“Never Rest On Your Morels” Risotto

To rest on one’s laurels? That’s what poor Founding Foodie Amy tried to do this week in waiting too long to find the star ingredient to make her morel mushroom risotto truly shine. But if you happen to have these elusive fungi growing in your backyard, or have some magical access to the spring wonders, have we got the recipe for you…
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April
We're welcoming spring by giving love to the lesser known, lesser used early seasonal vegetables. Think ramps, fiddlehead ferns, garlic scapes and dandelion greens. They might be hard to come by, but they are so worth the effort!

 
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