Kale Butternut Squash Galette

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By Estelle Hayes Without question, fall calls for comfort food staples like homemade soups and grilled cheese. But this year, I’m ready to welcome butternut squash into my weekly menu rotation – any way I can get it. I cannot get enough of the of this super food. My go-to recipe is a simple roasting of olive oil coated cubes tossed with lentils or quinoa, but our own Danielle Copeland of Domestic Dish seriously inspired me with her pot pie recipe a few weeks ago. I borrowed her recipe, but since I’m all thumbs when Read More →

Apple Picking with Torrie and Ryan

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By Torrie Sessions Aside from a little fertilizing, a bit of basil/tomato/squash/pepper-picking, and of course- watering, we’ve stayed pretty clear of our garden over the past couple of weeks.  You may recall the “lingering [southern California] summer” we wrote about in our previous post.   Well, a few days later- our weather took a major upward turn.  In other words, HOT became HOTTER.  Lingering is an understatement.  So, we’re calling this a “transitional” month. …A month to take a step away, and get inspired.  Whether it’s flipping through Sunset magazine, strolling through our favorite garden centers, Read More →

What’s in your little’s lunch box? Melissa of Reverie-Daydream Shares

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We’re launching a new series called “What’s in your lunchbox” where we’re talking honestly about what we pack in our children’s lunch boxes. Melissa McArdle of Reverie-Daydream is kicking things off with a sneak peek into the goodies she prepares for her sweet daughter, Gaia. I’ll share Emerson’s lunch routine next week (it’s not nearly as pretty), but I’m working on it. Let’s make this a judgement-free zone! The idea is to share recipes and ideas and inspire each other to pack more whole foods and unprocessed snacks for our littles.  I’m already inspired to do better. We’d love Read More →

Meatless Monday Greek Style

PMD Greek Wrap

By Estelle Hayes This meal is so easy, so simple and so satisfying. My favorite farmer’s market falafel stand makes them like no other, but I couldn’t wait until next Friday to get my fix so, I had to try my hand at this spectacular flavor combination. Ingredients Whole wheat naan (got mine at Whole Foods) Olive oil 1 batch of za’atar in a seperate bowl (here’s my recipe) 1 tomato, diced 1 cucumber, diced 1 bunch fresh mint, roughly chopped 1/2 cup kalamata olives, roughly chopped 1/4 cup feta cheese (optional) Heat a teaspoon Read More →

Allergy Mom Exposes Hidden Allergens

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By Danielle Copeman Have you read the ingredient label for that bottle of shampoo and conditioner? How about that diaper cream? Bar soap? I don’t know about you, but as a parent and a parent of an allergy kid I am learning as I go. I just didn’t think about (ever) the fact that I could be lathering up my squeaky clean baby girl with some harmful stuff. I am talking egg white protein in shampoo, and nut oils in lotions. Scary stuff for a food allergy sufferer. I had never thought to look into Read More →

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