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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 […]

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  • 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!

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  • 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

Over the past couple months, I have been traveling back and forth between San Francisco and Portland just about every other week for work. Being in California feels like hanging out with an ex-boyfriend whom I’m still kinda in love with, which is to say, it brings up a lot of complex emotions. Traveling for […]

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  • Amber - These muffins look SO GOOD!! Thanks so much for sharing them! I love that they’re dairy and gluten free – can’t wait to give this recipe a try!!
    xxxo -Amber
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  • Caroline - These are genius! Being vegetarian, I’m always trying to add more pulses to my diet. I’m so loving the idea of a savory muffin and love the way you incorporate the split peas.ReplyCancel

  • Thalia - I have actually never tried a savoury muffin either, which is crazy now that I think about it. Gorgeous images too, I can just image how good these muffins taste! XxReplyCancel

  • Christiann Koepke - Oh yum!!! I certainly don’t make enough savory muffins or baked goods for that matter!! Definitely need to try this out asap -CKReplyCancel

  • Kim - How tasty does this recipe look! Definitely going to make this for breakfast for the rest of the week! Thanks for the share, what a great healthy recipe to try.ReplyCancel

  • Todd Wagner | HonestlyYUM - Yes, how lovely do these look! Savory muffins are my spirit animal!!!

    Oh, and hooray for us long-drive lovers ;)ReplyCancel

  • Sarah @ Snixy Kitchen - I’m so enamored with savory muffins also and I especially love love love the use of lentils here and the spice combo. I think I need these to break up my breakfast routine. (Also you’re welcome to drive down here to visit me and Alanna ANYTIME, K?? :)ReplyCancel

  • Rachel - This recipe looks so delicious! Will have to try this one out sometime this week. Great on-the-go breakfast treat!ReplyCancel

  • Agness of Run Agness Run - This is one hell of a recipe! I cannot wait to start the day with these muffins. Can I use fresh instead of dried ginger?ReplyCancel

  • Freya - Looks really nice! Now I’ve decided to try gluten-free diet and I’m looking for some nice recipies and definitely going to try this one :)ReplyCancel

Have you ever cooked during a power outage? That’s how this meal came together. At first I thought that the entire dish could be made easily without electricity, and then I had a brief panic remembering that the pesto needed a machine. But wait. Pesto does’t need a food processor. I recalled the old world […]

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  • Taste of France - I made something similar recently, but with parsley instead of pesto. Yummy!
    Your point about electricity is interesting. We don’t really need all the gadgets. To me, they are more of a pain to clean than a help in cooking, so I do most things by hand. I just got a French cookbook from 1929 and it’s so interesting to see how the recipes involve no gadgets whatsoever. Not even refrigeration (I made a piecrust and it was to rest in a “cool” place. Turned out great).ReplyCancel

  • Jenn - I love zoodles! Can’t wait to try this.ReplyCancel

  • Sany - How did they make pesto? I’m curious.ReplyCancel

  • Christiann Koepke - This looks so good!! Love this combo and you’re getting me inspired to do even more with chickpeas !! xReplyCancel

  • Sarah @ Snixy Kitchen - Wow – I’m super impressed that you made this in a power outage! We had our electricity off for a few hours and I panicked that I’d starve (Spoiler: I didn’t).

    I’m also really resonating with the presence and needing to cut loose from social media to find more of it. I realized this weekend while we were in the cabin in the woods with slow service, just how reliant I am on social media for entertainment. Time for a cleanse. <3ReplyCancel

  • Jenny - Looks delish. Can’t wait to make this.ReplyCancel

  • Arminda Lucena - I really liked the recipe tips.ReplyCancel