Ok, confession time. I don't measure. EVER. Yes, even if I'm baking - and that is just against the very fiber of what it means to be a baker. When I was little and used to 'play cook' otherwise known in my family as botching the joy for me was in the process, textures, feeling it wasn't in following a recipe.
Summer is finally upon us and that means it's asparagus season - fresh, crisp, delicious asparagus. While I can think of a million ways to use them: raw, roasted, sautéed, a bed for soft-creamy poached egg; one of my favorites is roasted and nestled into a homemade quiche. Who says you can't have comfort food in the summer? Not me.
Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, this is a blog I created for The Honest Company last year: St. Patrick's Day Quinoa Crust! The crust is bright green and super festive
For those occasions in life when you want something fancy and easy - cooking for a date, cooking for yourself, maybe even your family of 8. Once in a while we all want to sit down and eat something prepared thoughtfully and beautifully.
As a seasoned veteran of many (temporary but not brief) periods of life halting operations, I've learned to set some things in motion before the big day to help maintain sanity and keep the momentum of my life moving in a forward direction. Before the last doozy, I enrolled in a Bean to Bar online certification course. Listen guys, it was not a walk in the park...