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Spring is slowly, finally emerging in Portland. What a first year to land here, with the record rains and wild winter followed by an unusually cold spring. (I did say that I craved seasons, and oh did I get them.) I have been getting outside more, finally exploring the many trails of Forest Park — […]

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  • Taste of France - I never would have combined lentils and asparagus, much less with Mexican seasonings. But this looks fantastic. Great idea!ReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - thank you! It is all so surprisingly good, and a great reminder how flexible lentils are.ReplyCancel

  • Ashley @ The Naked Food Life - Delicious! There’s nothing like a well-thought veggie taco!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Snell - Oh wow!!!
    Never could be better than this. Just awesome. If you ever tell me, i would reply “FANTASTICALLY BEAUTIFUL”. This is the word i could find for you and about this recipe!!ReplyCancel

  • Erin - So, so beautiful. And so, so going to be on my plate in the near future!ReplyCancel

  • Elsie - wOW! I would love to make this at homeReplyCancel

One of the things I love most about Andrea’s approach to cooking is that it is really about solving problems: what to do with these weird root veggies (which, I’m pretty sure, occupy a special place in her heart, which makes her a gal after my own), and how to keep it simple? When I […]

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  • Emily Bayliss - I totally agree about solving problems. This is my year of solving my biggest problem – not being a confident cook (I read a few books on techniques and they really helped, especially this one that was free – How to Cook: An Easy Guide to Cooking Techniques). Now I’m trying recipes which is how I found your blog. Next year, I’m going to tackle my fear of flying problem! It won’t be as delicious as this year!ReplyCancel

  • tracey paterson - Yum, what a delicious looking meal, can’t wait to try it. Agree sometimes it is the simple dishes that can be the most satisfying. Thank youReplyCancel

  • Sodexo Meal - Hi,

    This meal is looking good and delicious. We love vegetarian food a lot. Vegetarian meal is good for health and we always encourage our employees to eat vegetarian food only.

    Recently we have added Caesar Salad in menu. Salad is a healthy food.

    We will also follow your mean diet plan in the upcoming days!

    Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • kely - Esse prato deve ser saboroso além de saudável.ReplyCancel

  • manuelle - Prato delicioso. Bom testar.ReplyCancel

Glacier National Park is the place where I realized that I am not an atheist. It’s the place where I have most viscerally tapped into a sense of a greater power, of scale, time, vastness, and the humble truth of my own smallness. I spent my first trip there with a wide-open mouth, listening to this […]

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  • Sasha - This is truly beautiful. The photos, the words, the feeling. Thank you for sharing such a heartfelt post. I couldn’t agree more with all of the sentiments you shared here and am looking forward to reading that TTW. Together, we can make a difference, so thank you for joining us today.ReplyCancel

  • Sasha Swerdloff - This is truly beautiful. The photos, the words, the feeling. Thank you for sharing such a heartfelt post. I couldn’t agree more with all of the sentiments you shared here and am looking forward to reading that TTW. Together, we can make a difference, so thank you for joining us today.ReplyCancel

  • Diana Zahuranec - Beautiful post, incredible pictures. And I totally get you, I’ve undergone the same transition from atheist to definite belief in *something* undefined, from the beauty and power of nature.ReplyCancel

  • Elise Gold - I am inspired by your photos and words. I loved the clip that you shared from “The Hour of Land” and hope to read it some day. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Sophie MacKenzie - I love everything about this post, Kimberly. Truly breathtaking, all of it <3ReplyCancel

  • christine desroches - This is beautiful and hits so true. Thank you xReplyCancel

  • Sandra Lea - Such a beautiful place, I hope to see it someday. And I’m a huge Kate Bush fan.ReplyCancel

  • stefani - I love your writing and pictures so much!ReplyCancel

  • Peter Stafford - Kimberly, that was wonderfully written, accompanied by eye-catching photos. I get a similar spirituality by hiking in the High Sierras or on the Camino de Santiago. Thank you for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Traci | Vanilla And Bean - Thank you for this, Kimberly. My heart is full. <3ReplyCancel

  • Dad - I must say I was moved by your photography and wordsReplyCancel

  • Rosey - Well said, I do agree. Lovely pictures.ReplyCancel

  • Diane Larabee - You are an inspiration. Thank you for reminding me to appreciate!

    Diane LarabeeReplyCancel

  • Lisa - Kimberly, your photos of Glacier are absolutely beautiful! What a wonderfully written, inspiring post. Thanks for the TTW suggestion!ReplyCancel