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When I first moved to San Francisco, I bristled at the fog. I was deeply attached to traditional notions of summer, and San Francisco’s fog was in direct opposition to any hopes of consistent warm nights, crickets, swimming pools, sunburns, hot weather. Instead, we redirected our disappointment into jokes about the unprepared tourists freezing in […]

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  • Linda@ThereandBackAgainFood - What beautiful photographs! I’m envious of your SF summers. Here is Kansas, it is too hot and humid to enjoy being outside, even in the evenings. We get cabin fever from the need to stay in air conditioned comfort.ReplyCancel

  • cynthia - Such a beautiful narrative and such gorgeous words and photos, Kimberley. Thank you so much for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Walt - Enjoyed your narrative about SF along with wonderful photography and introduction to Hangar 1. I live in SCA so I’m sorry I can’t enjoy the fog or oysters!ReplyCancel

A group of us spent a much-too-brief two days on beautiful Prince Edward Island in early June, to learn about wild blueberries with Wyman’s of Maine. Our first evening, we toured the gardens at Inn of Bay Fortune, a delightful inn on the far eastern edge of the island who hosted us for our stay. […]

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  • Genevive - Beautiful pictures!!

    xx Genevive
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  • Jennifer Farley - Beautiful photos! I am so thrilled that we got the chance to meet and spend time getting to know each other. I hope our paths cross again down the road :)ReplyCancel

  • Ashley Rodriguez - I want that s’more situation in my mouth. Beautiful photos!ReplyCancel

  • Amy | The Whole Food Rainbow - Such an interesting post! I loved it thanks so much for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn Smith - Oh my, the pictures are gorgeous! Which I had this eye you have for it. Please keep sharing posts like this, I love them. Loving the blog!ReplyCancel

Happy Solstice and first day of summer! This time of year is always filled with the nostalgia-tinged buoyancy of all the possibilities that long days of leisure promise. It’s an addictive feeling, and it gets me every year, even if my summers are no longer quite so relaxed. It’s intrinsically linked to those gorgeous, glimmering […]

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  • Sonja {Dagmar's Kitchen} - This looks so good Kimberly!! I often eat my taco like a salad (with just a few crisps or the likes) so this is definitely something I’d like to try soon. Also love the idea of salmon… Happy summer solstice!ReplyCancel

  • Lynda Switzer | BakingSmart.com - Thanks for sharing Kimberly. My kids absolutely love this and I can’t thank you enough. It’s easier to get the greens inside of them :)ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Posey - Wow…this looks amazing..doesn’t look so difficult. I find a lot of recipes to difficult to master..I’m always looking for easy ones.lolReplyCancel

  • Marina - Wow looks beautiful and very delicious. Definitely a summer salad.????????????ReplyCancel

  • Sophie - Perfect for me, I love salmon and tacos, I wish I had half your skill in presentation. This is a great part of savouring summer.ReplyCancel

  • Lola - So colorful and tasty! Great pics!ReplyCancel

  • Signe - This is like the most perfect summer dish.
    Looks so colorful and beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Fare Gebre - I Beautiful test summer dish zest salad enjoy.ReplyCancel