One of the greatest parts of food blogging is being able to connect with incredible artisans, makers and culinary creators from around the world. And if there’s one thing I’ve seen in this community – there are some seriously talented women out there shaping the way we eat, think, and feel about food! This year, I decided to launch a new series on the Vidya blog to highlight some of the kitchen goddesses out there …Keep Reading
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I’m writing you from Tulum, Mexico right now with sand in my toes and salt in my hair. I’m one happy girl right now! Tulum has long been my soul spot, you know that place in the world where your heart softens and opens up a little more to hear the whole universe sing with beautiful synchronicity.
I traveled here last week with the Integrative …Keep Reading
One of the greatest parts of food blogging is being able to connect with incredible artisans, makers and culinary creators from around the world. And if there’s one thing I’ve seen in this community – there are some seriously talented women out there shaping the way we eat, think, and feel about food! This year, I decided to launch a new series on the Vidya blog to highlight some of the kitchen goddesses out there who …Keep Reading
With this cake I’m celebrating my 26th birthday! I can hardly believe a whole quarter of a century has passed already, wasn’t I just blowing out the candles to a white chocolate persimmon cake? With my birthday so close to the new year, this has always been a time of introspection, …Keep Reading
Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday of mine for many reasons….spending hours in the kitchen with no apologies and nowhere else to be, roasted root veggies, friends around the table, roasted root veggies, post-meal lounging, did I mention root vegetables yet? This year, I’ve created a few new recipes to share (like the pomegranate, persimmon and pumpkin kale salad above!) and curated a guide of my favorite holiday-inspired dishes from a …Keep Reading
I grew up by the ocean on a little island in Southeast Alaska. Fishing was a big part of the local culture, and seaweed a delicacy that came with it. The local tribes of the area – Haida, Tlingit & Tsimshian – had their own special ways of preparing seaweed into useful tools and edible delicacies. Think pickled bull kelp and beach asparagus, dried bladderwrack , sea lettuce salads, herring …Keep Reading
Summer Solstice Blessings dear friends! I couldn’t be more thrilled to share with you my newest collaboration video with Choate House. This is our third video together, and perhaps my faorite, as I got to ride vintage cruisers with boyfriend and lounge in a bohemian-inspired tent in my backyard for the filming of this video! When I moved to Oklahoma, never in a million years did I dream …Keep Reading
Día de los Muertos. I’ve always preferred this celebration over modern halloween because it’s all about honoring our ancestors and the sacred cycles of life and death. It reminds us to love this one life we have because everything is impermanent. Oh and there’s also that magical element that celebrates good food, drink and general feasting with family and friends. I can get down with that.
To celebrate, each year I start my day with this …Keep Reading