Monthly Archives: November 2014

Sweet Potato Latkes with Salmon and Avocado

Latkes are something I love from afar as they most often are consumed where there is a deep cultural heritage and there weren’t any latke making mama’s in my neighborhood growing up. Honestly though, who couldn’t love crispy potatoes and onions in a beautifully messy pile and then to serve with smoked salmon and avocado…

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Versunkener Apfelkuchen – Sunken Apple Cake

Growing up apples were one of those fruits I ate because it was seen as a treat not because I genuinely liked them. Sure, they are plenty adaptable and ‘one a day, keeps the doctor away,’ but I never awaited their season with excitement like nectarine or feijoa season (only the best fruit around and…

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Zucchini Bean Salad

Yesterday after a little miscommunication I caught up with two very special friends, people who I’ve known their whole lives on their very first overseas adventure. Taking them from Tower Bridge along the Thames past Globe theater, over the Millennium bridge that stands outside the Tate with them sitting on St Paul’s steps for a…

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October 2014 – Saw/Ate/Read

October should mean ‘golden leaves’ or something along the beauty of the light hitting the leaves before they float to the ground. Yes, fall is in full swing and it’s been rather gorgeous in the bright clear days we’ve been gifted. Yes, it was a gloriously golden month with more sunshine and warmth than usual….

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