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Simple Sole Ceviche

Simple Sole Ceviche

And just like that, a month goes by. Tax season is over. We leave for Europe soon [I’ll take any recommendations for Bilbao, San Sebastian, Barcelona, Montpellier, Nice, and Milan!]. The weather is starting to cooperate, reminding me why I love Portland so much. Between […]

Simple Cornbread Muffins

Simple Cornbread Muffins

Oh the Grist Mill. That was such a fun day. We picked up the corn meal and flour from there for a donation and then promptly made these corn bread muffins. The recipe was in a stack on the wall. They are not a sweet […]

Weekly Reads 18

Weekly Reads 18

The sun is starting to make an appearance and it’s really making me happy. The office remodel resulted in my work space having a giant window on my back. Between that and the occasional dog walk, it’s been a great realization just how much I […]

Chimichurri and a Charred Broccoli Salad

Chimichurri and a Charred Broccoli Salad

This is unbelievably easy. I’ve always wanted to make chimichurri. I don’t eat it that often, but I love it every time I do, and I’ve heard it’s easy. It is easy. It is delicious. It’s hard not to always have some on hand. Charred […]

Slow Roasted Citrus Salmon

Slow Roasted Citrus Salmon

This salmon was a nice change from the usual grilled salmon with salt and pepper I usually make. New Seasons had 283,920,382 types of citrus at the time, and I ended up picking one that had a very grapefruit-y essence that was fine for me, […]

Weekly Reads 17

Weekly Reads 17

I burned myself out working three 14-hour days in a row¬†for no reason. Well, no reason other than I had the time and was on a roll. Take it from me–if you don’t have to, don’t. Even if you have to, try not to. That […]