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When Arrowood invited me to host a Sunday dinner in the rolling hills of their Glen Ellen vineyard in Sonoma county, it was an easy yes. Bring a bunch of friends along to hang out on a Sunday afternoon, to cook together and to learn about their wines? Of course. This is what the dreamiest […]


  • Stacy - What a beautiful day and a delicious-looking spread! I so wish I could have made it. Sounds like you met that pairing challenge quite successfully. It’s morning, but I could definitely eat a grilled pizza with figs right now.ReplyCancel

  • Elaine @Flavour and Savour - I’m running to my grill! Your post is full of useful explicit instructions for what could be a tricky meal. Thanks so much!ReplyCancel

  • Anna - loove this!!! those pizzas look amazing :D

  • Alanna - Awwww, thanks for the gf crust shout-out Kimberley!! I thought I recognized Emma in there. This looks like such a spectacularly delicious day. That fig pizza is seriously calling to me.ReplyCancel

Hello! I am so excited to announce the dreamiest summer workshop in the hills of Petaluma on Saturday, July 25th. We’ll spend the afternoon exploring my approach to visual storytelling by diving into color, composition, natural light, and the bounty of summer on location at the gorgeous Bloomfield Farms in Petaluma. Following the workshop we’ll […]


  • Little Box Brownie - Just came across your blog and I’m so glad I did. Its a masterpiece. All the Best Sophia xReplyCancel

  • Anna Shuk - This is exciting. I wish I could be there..but no.=( I’ll wait for the result, tho.=)

    Gorgeous photos, btw. I want those berries.(*.*)ReplyCancel

I’m pretty sure that Iceland is my spirit animal. I have always, always wanted to go. Ashlae of Oh, Ladycakes and I are thrilled to announce that we’re co-hosting the trip of a lifetime. A week of stunning landscapes, amazing local food, hot springs, hot houses, geothermal features, horses, windswept vistas, and glaciers, oh my! […]


  • Dixya @ Food, Pleasure, and Health - this trip sounds ahmazing..and iceland, i will be stalking you both.ReplyCancel

  • Lissa - If I went to Iceland, I would want to take a pony home with me. They are cute.

  • Natalie - Oh my! What a wonderful opportunity! You gals are going to have a wonderful time. And how cool that you get to teach people while you are there!ReplyCancel

  • betty Swaffar - I have been to Europe and Turkey but never to ice land. I am interested in it . If you could tell me when it is and how much it cost.ReplyCancel

  • Melisa - Oh it sounds fun! And it looks beautiful to. So lucky. xx


  • Martine - Lucky! I went last year.

    Farm to table food – the seafood and fish are so amazing.

    I look forward to a future post about skyr (try the actual brand name Skyr – the pear flavour – to die for).

    In Canada, we do not have skyr – at least not in western Canada. I would love to be able to make it but cannot find the skyr culture.

    Have a most amazing time. Reykjavik is a most walkable city. Be prepared to take lots of photos! and definitely soak in as many hot springs/hot pots as you can. Icelanders are very clean – you must fully bath (every orifice) before going into the pools)!ReplyCancel

  • Gaby - Such an amazing opportunity! I can’t wait to read all about it!ReplyCancel

  • Limner - Oh, what I wouldn’t give! Have a enough fun for me!!!ReplyCancel

  • thefolia - Sounds dreamy…happy trails!ReplyCancel

  • Malia @ Small Town Girl - I’ve always wanted to visit Iceland. Looking forward to living vicariously through your stories and pictures. Cheers!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth - So beautiful pictures, thanks for a great journey! ReplyCancel

  • erin {yummy supper} - Lovely lady! It has been waaayyy too long since I’ve seen your face. I hope all is well in your world!
    Iceland. Fuck yeah. That sounds awesome. A bucket list spot for me for sure.
    Keep that globetrotting coming. It’s fun to live vicariously.

  • Brian @ A Thought For Food - How amazing is this?!?!? It sounds like a truly wonderful week. I’ve had Iceland on my list of travel destinations for quite some time. At some point, I need to turn that into a reality. It looks like a magical place.ReplyCancel

  • joseph muita - One of Iceland’s best kept secrets is undoubtedly the country’s north-west corner, usually known as the Westfjords. Isolation has preserved the region in relatively unspoiled wilderness. Largely uninhabited, Iceland’s Westfjords are frequently distinguished by travel guides as a destination of excellence, and are a must-see for any serious explorer.ReplyCancel

  • paul - Iceland is a place where everybody wish to visit. beautiful pictures.ReplyCancel

  • Ronoh Robert - It is country with lots refreshing sceneries that attract the whole world.ReplyCancel

  • Psy Nairo - This is so beautiful! I plan on travelling there soon.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - I love the photos, keep up.ReplyCancel

  • Joan - Nice viewReplyCancel

  • Anna - omg iceland sounds like such a magical place <3