Category Archives: eating well on the road

STEPPING INTO AND OUT OF COMFORT ZONES (GRILLED CHEESE VS. ROCK CLIMBING)

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If you had asked me three weeks ago what I thought about rock climbing, I would’ve likely answered, Eh, not for me. It looks hard – hard and scary and unfun. Then I found myself in the company of a bunch of climbers for a couple of weeks. It felt cultish, their specialized language and […]

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GRILLED PEACHES, BREAKFAST BURRITOS, OUTDOORS

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In keeping with my epic summer goals, last weekend was spent in Yosemite. One could argue that it was work-related, sort of: I made some breakfast burritos for this week’s Etsy post, and those needed to be field-tested by hungry folks who had come from a long day of hiking and climbing. This week I’ve […]

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EATING WELL ON THE ROAD, PART ONE: AIRPLANES

1. ROASTED RED PEPPER HUMMUS, JARLSBERG CHEESE, CUCUMBER, BLACK PEPPER, SEA SALT. (Hard cheeses can go a long time without refrigeration.) Hello, friends! With the start of summer travels, I thought that I’d launch a series of posts about eating good, simple foods that travel well. It’s one of the greatest challenges of travel, isn’t […]

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