Posts in Snacks
Two Travel Bites | Chocolate Fig and Almond Butter Cinnamon Toast + My Out-of-the-Box Packing Essentials

Today’s post is a bit short + sweet because I am writing from roughly halfway across the world. My mom and I are currently in a little Airbnb with the windows flung open, looking out over palm fronds and a little herb garden below, just outside of the historic town of Hoi An, Vietnam. We have had two and a half days of walking, sight-seeing, and a lot of eating incredible food. While taking a mid-afternoon break from it all, I wanted to pop in and share some general travel insights with you all, along with a recipe, tested and tried for this very trip. 

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Lemony Garlic Herb White Bean Dip + A Pretty Simple Cooking Dinner Party

I always enjoy reading stories of why people began to cook. Why they fell in love with the act of blending ingredients together, sprinkling spices, mixing brownie batter and that glorious moment when you pull a perfectly puffed pan of muffins out of the oven. I feel like it can reveal an intimate slice of the trajectory of a person’s growth. 

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Moroccan Chicken + Egg Briouats

My mind has been churning lately with all that is to come this summer, planning, making lists and sketches, and getting over-enthusiastic about packing. Sometimes I find it hard to wax on and on about life when I am so busy feeling it. Every time I try to write in these past couple days, all that comes out is something akin to poetry. Snippets and snapshots of these slow moving yet full days. 

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Peach Almond Snack Cake + In Defense of Food Blogs

As an artist, a Taurus, feminist, American young woman I will admit that it’s probably one of my biggest character flaws to become easily defensive and indignant about various things. Both the humbling experiences of living in Morocco and being married have squeezed some of this out of me, but it still flares up from time to time. One thing that I can get oddly defensive about is the fact that yes, I blog about food sometimes and yes, I love baking. I constantly feel like each one of these statements needs to be followed up by BUT I’m a feminist, or something along those lines.

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