Category Archives: vegetarian

LOUISIANA + THE TABASCO TASTEMAKERS TRIP // CAJUN-SPICED SWEET POTATO BURGERS

Cajun-Spiced Sweet Potato Burgers // the year in food

Flying into New Orleans on a Friday afternoon, what struck me from the window of the airplane was how pervasive and dramatic the serpentine waterways were. It was a landscape of water upon water, broken just barely by clumps of small brownish dots – the water-loving plants of the bayou. It was, of course, the […]

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EVERY GREEN THING: AN HERBED FRITTATA WITH PEA + FAVA SHOOTS

Every Green Thing: Herbed Frittata with Pea + Fava Shoots // the year in food

I have always loved that the Persian New Year, Norooz, coincides with the beginning of spring. It feels right, to begin the year anew now, when everything is crawling out from the heavy cloak of winter, the year’s new growth tentatively unfurling. It is the easiest time to slough off the old and look forward. […]

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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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YES TO THE FAMILIAR // STEEL CUT OATS WITH APPLES, PECANS + TOASTED COCONUT

Steel Cut Oats with Apples, Pecans and Toasted Coconut // The Year in Food

There’s a hike that I try to get to once a week. Nestled in the dramatic, golden Marin headlands, it starts above the Pacific coast just south of Stinson Beach, and makes its way determinedly up the mountain into Mt. Tamalpais State Park. Most of the time, it is the same tangle of trails that […]

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A BIG, BEAUTIFUL HARVEST SALAD WITH DELICATA SQUASH AND KALE

A Big, Beautiful Harvest Salad with Delicata Squash and Kale | The Year in Food

I realized over the weekend how excited I am about salads for this time of year. Salad in the colder months of fall and winter is a different beast than a bright, refreshing plate of summer produce tossed in olive oil. They’re big and bold; they have heft and weight and substance. And I think […]

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