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Last July, I got to spend an evening capturing a summer dinner with Olaiya Land, the creative woman behind Milly’s Kitchen and leader of those dreamy culinary tours in Paris and Portugal. She partnered with her friend Kevin to create a gorgeous under-the-stars dinner in her summer-perfect backyard. It was all kinds of slow summer […]


  • Jesse - I went down by the riverReplyCancel

  • Olaiya - Such wonderful images! Thank you so much for sharing this evening with us and for documenting it so beautifully. XO.ReplyCancel

How is another summer already coming to a close? I’m back in Montana, where I go at the end of every August, and this year I convinced my dad to join me. His birthday fell the day after the eclipse, and while we didn’t see a total eclipse this far north, it was still a […]


  • thalia - this post has me totally itching for summer again. beautiful words and images. totally have to try the recipe too, sweet potatoes are my jam. XxReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - Thanks, Thalia. Sweet potatoes are the jam!ReplyCancel

  • Dad - As you know Kimberley I love sweet potatoes and this was a special treat especially with the tasty chickpeas, yogurt and more! The extras really enhanced the wonderful sweet potatoes. Ours was a great trip and a special way to celebrate my BD!

    • Kimberley - Thanks, Dad! I was happy to share these, and Montana, with you!ReplyCancel

  • Christiann Koepke - Ok this looks so good, K!!!! I’m SUCH a lover of sweet potatoes – definitely need to try this asap . -CKReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - Sweet potatoes are really the best! Thanks, lady.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah @ Snixy Kitchen - I’ve been ALL about crispy chickpeas lately. And now I need to make these twice baked sweet potatoes because I KNOW I’d be obsessed with all the flavors.ReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - YASSSSS. Crispy chickpeas are the bees knees. ;)ReplyCancel

  • Gabby - This looks soo good! Thank you for sharing!!

Sometimes the leisurely aspirations of summer can backfire, and a well-intended weekend turns more towards comedy of error than #summergoals. I had a grand vision for this pasta. It was destined to be the star meal of a weekend camping. But the campground we visited was full, so we drove over a pothole-heavy dirt road […]


  • Heather - Sorry to read your camping trip was unsuccessful – but this dish looks scrumptious and I can’t wait to try it!ReplyCancel

    • Heather - Update – made this yesterday, it was fantastic! It’s definitely a keeper, and one my little girl can help with, as well. Thanks so muchReplyCancel

  • Paige Flamm - This pasta looks incredible!


  • Sonia - What size is the pot? It sure is beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - This was absolutely delicious, so simple and exactly what I needed today. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • SujanaYoga - This dish looks easy and delicious.Thanks for sharing the recipe.ReplyCancel

  • Claudia | The Brick Kitchen - I’ve seen one pot pasta floating around a bit lately but have never given it a go – it looks so lovely in its simplicity! can’t wait for summer to roll around in this part of the worldReplyCancel