Category Archives: eating well on the road

PEAR + CACAO NIB BUCKWHEAT MUFFINS // SNACKING WELL ON THE ROAD

Pear + Cacao Nib Buckwheat Muffins // The Year in Food

I’m making my way to Montana, my power state, my spirit animal, my place. I have always wanted to go there in the winter, to experience it outside of its easy summer glory. This year Montana is my valentine. I will bundle up, go snowshoeing, and bear witness to its winter splendor. I made some […]

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EATING WELL ON THE ROAD: IMPROMPTU MUESLI WITH GINGER, CACAO NIBS AND DRIED CHERRIES

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Two weeks ago, I submitted the manuscript for my cookbook. I don’t feel as though I’ve had enough space from it yet to entirely understand what that means or how I feel. I’m proud as heck of what I did, and relieved that the stress and anxiety are mostly over. I was in over my […]

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EATING WELL ON THE ROAD, HOLIDAY EDITION: CRANBERRY + CRYSTALLIZED GINGER OATMEAL PACKS

Cranberry Ginger Oatmeal Raw Ingredients

Thinking about eating well on the road was so easy during the summer. So many towns have a farmers’ market worth visiting, and putting together a huge impromptu salad is a breeze when the produce is abundant. Plus, it’s inherently tied to summer travel adventures, which are a very different kind of travel than the […]

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EATING WELL ON THE ROAD: VISITING LOCAL FARMERS MARKETS

Blackberries and Golden Raspberries at Santa Cruz Market

Here we are, at that bittersweet end of summer – I am at once both excited for the cozy trappings of fall and a little sad to see the season pass – always so quick, that summer! While it would have been ideal to share these markets before summer and all of our travels were […]

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EATING WELL ON THE ROAD, PT 2: ONE-POT MEALS AND THE MAGIC OF THE RICE COOKER

Eating well on the road, part 2

You’re probably going think I’m a little nuts after reading this. Eccentric, at least. One of my greatest allies on road trips is a rice cooker. I figured this out a number of years ago: It was the dead of winter and I was headed to a motel in nowheresville, deep in snow. I’d stocked […]

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