Sourdough Hotel

Shortly after starting my sourdough starter, I saw this article on Bon Appetit magazine’s website about new words in the food and bev world. Just what I need! Sourdough Hotel (noun): “Let’s say you’re seriously into baking bread. You need to feed the sourdough more flour every day to maintain it,” Friedland says. “So, if … More Sourdough Hotel

Homemade bread

I know, I know, I haven’t written in a while. But let’s talk about toast. Is toast not the most versatile, most satisfying thing on this planet? With something so good, how can you even choose how to eat it? The possibilities leave my head spinning. Smashed avocado with pepper? Yogurt and honey? Almond butter? … More Homemade bread

Yummy goodness

Yesterday, I took a bite from an apple, looked up at the sky and said thank you. I eat an apple about every day, and I’ve never done that before. Picked up at one of the many apple stands at Eastern Market, I don’t even remember what kind it was. But I tasted pure yummy goodness. The change … More Yummy goodness

Saturday night dinner

Trev and I finally went to a little Italian market in D.C. that we’ve been wanting to go to. It’s called A Litteri and sells fresh mozzarella, mascarpone, jars of olives and pickled peppers, anchovies, a million different kinds of pasta and a million-and-one bottles of wine. It was fun to look around, and we picked … More Saturday night dinner