The Year In Food » Fine Seasonal Eating

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Hello, friends. I’d like to share an ongoing project with you that I am finally launching next week! And I am actively seeking out participants for this project! You can apply here, or feel free to suggest someone you think would be great for this project in the comments. Sometimes the most amazing folks won’t nominate themselves. […]


The last two weeks have been hard. Most of the people I know have moved through feeling  distraught, shaken up, numb, shocked, outraged. Indeed, the stages of grief. It has been traumatic. One of the things the election made acute for me is how long it takes to feel connected to, and rooted in, a place. […]


  • Stasja - This looks incredible, can’t wait to try this! I absolutely love cranberries :)ReplyCancel

  • kate - looks delish. However I don’t need to eat gluten free and where I live obtaining gluten free flour is quite complicated. Do you think I could substitute the 2 flours for 1 and 1/2 cup of wholewheat flour?ReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - Hi Kate, Absolutely. The author made this with spelt flour, so I think that would work out well. I’d definitely opt for a whole grain flour! Let me know how it turns out. :)ReplyCancel

  • Mary - Yum !! Looks so delicious ! I love this kind of cake with a cup of tea in the afternoon :)ReplyCancel

  • Walt - We made this before Thanksgiving and just want to comment it was excellent! Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

This post is made in partnership with Pure Leaf Iced Tea.  I love how certain rituals of summer tickle the nostalgia bone, calling on the memories of our past to mark the passing of the month, the season, the year. Blackberry picking is among my favorite of these seasonal rituals, and every year I am reminded of the […]


  • Stacy - I’m glad you got a good summertime experience with blackberries in this year! I love summer nostalgia, as you know… And I think you’re right about this secret of adulthood – joy in the tiniest moments. We just have to grab it and hold it tight. Wishing you the happiest last weeks of summer. xoxoReplyCancel

  • - Look so nice. I will try to cook it.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Berkey - I could sense how it perfectly complemented to each other. Gotta try this one!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - This looks delightful. Summer’s not over yet!ReplyCancel

  • Mimazine - Sounds so summery and fresh, going to try and keep summer alive by making this! x

  • Sophia MacKenzie - Lovely post, Kimberly! I love reading about our shared friend Demetria! It reminds me of how small this world is and how supportive it can be <3ReplyCancel

  • Courtney - This looks amazing! I will definitely have to put these berries on my shopping list this week. ReplyCancel