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Inspiration from Nature: Color, Shape, and Pattern

October is flying by and it seems all my projects involve everything but food. Being a freelancer is fun because I never know what kind of project lies just around the corner. Most recently, I photographed my friend Kerry, founder of Comma Workshop, quilting in her...

Leek & Blue Cheese Tart

Each time I pick an ingredient of the week, there is usually one dish I become obsessed with trying. For leek week that dish is leek tart. As I scanned the internet and my cookbooks for a recipe, my obsession was fueled by pictures of flaky pastry topped with buttery...

Cardamom & Prune Bread

I realized yesterday that winter has arrived in Colorado and it’s here to stay. Rather than fluctuating between 80 degree days and snowstorms, we’ve settled into a peaceful season of sunny but decidedly chilly temperatures. I haven’t seen a snowflake...

Pumpkin Chestnut Soup

Pumpkin Chestnut Soup may be the most delicious meal I’ve ever made. Ever. Maybe it’s the time of year. I am a creature of autumn. I cherish cool days and soft yellow sunlight. I relish whipping winds and leaves crunching beneath my feet. Pulling scarves...

Brussels Sprouts Gratin

It’s Friday and I don’t know about you, but I’m exhausted. This week has been a doozie, but I’ve got the perfect comforting fall recipe for you. My Brussels Sprouts Gratin is creamy, warm, and rich. Brussels sprouts are halved, then seared in...