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Back-to-School Snack Ideas

Phoebe starts pre-school this Thursday. It’s only a couple mornings a week, but it already feels so surreal watching her try on her new backpack and adjust her pigtails as she gets ready to join the ranks of the “big kids.” How did 2-years-old come so quickly? Along with preschool comes another new milestone: school snacks! Such a… read more


Back-to-School Snack Ideas

Phoebe starts pre-school this Thursday. It’s only a couple mornings a week, but it already feels so surreal watching her try on her new backpack and adjust her pigtails as she gets ready to join the ranks of the “big kids.” How did 2-years-old come so quickly? Along with preschool comes another new milestone: school snacks! Such a… read more


What’s On Hand :: Erin Gleeson

A husband and wife leave New York to travel West, and settle down in a little cabin in the woods. Could there be anything more idyllic? This is the real life story behind Erin Gleeson’s inspiring food blog and new cookbook, the Forest Feast. Each week, Erin creates simple yet delicious meals inspired by the seasonal… read more


Bottoms Up :: Tomatillo Cucumber Cocktail

What better way to jazz up a Monday than with a tequila cocktail kicked up with jalapeño and (surprise!) tomatillos? I was super proud of my friend, blogger/artist/consultant Meg Biram (little known fact: she was one of my college besties!) when she told me she’d started subscribing to a CSA basket, since back in our college… read more


From Camille’s Kitchen :: Golden Beet & Cherry Salad

While I eat my fare share of salads all year around, they really shine when summer produce reaches its peak and I can choose from the bounty of sweet melons, heirloom tomatoes and an abundance of herbs at the market — often, a squeeze of lemon, drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil, salt and freshly ground… read more


How to Cook With Your Kids

When I was pregnant, I read the book Bringing Up Bébé about the benefits of the French parenting style. In one scene, the author recounts an experience where she watched one of her friends bake a cake with her 3-year-old daughter — a relaxing weekend tradition that is de rigueur in many French households. Ever since, I’ve carried around a… read more


10 Best :: Summer Tomato Recipes

To-may-to, To-mah-to! If you haven’t guessed from the dozens of recipes popping up in your Pinterest feed, it’s officially tomato season. I love buying local produce when I can, and the farm fresh tomatoes spilling over grocery and farmer’s market shelves (in a mouthwatering array of colors) makes it pretty easy this time of year. When you… read more


Morning Meals :: Savory Breakfast Tartine

I truly love a savory breakfast — it’s no secret that I always love an avocado toast (like this one!), and I’ve been wanting to share my favorite “breakfast salad” recipe on here for a while. But the produce lately has been so gorgeous, I thought I’d set aside my avocado toast for something a little more… read more


How to :: Setup the Perfect Bagel Bar

The build-your-own bagel bar at our bachelorette brunch from this morning was such a major hit, I wondered why I hadn’t done this setup at countless gatherings before. It couldn’t have been simpler to put together, required zero cooking time (a major plus when the weather’s as hot as it is in Austin right now),… read more


Bottoms Up :: Watermelon Sangria

Every year, I always seem to end up with one signature drink of summer that I master and then make for just about every party of the season. It usually has a few defining qualities: a propensity to be made in large batches, requires only a handful of easy-to-find ingredients, and at least a little… read more