It’s almost un-Seattleite to admit one has never tasted the slow-roasted, sloppy pork goodness of a Paseo sandwich. But prior to the hoopla of closing doors and social media outcries, the veritable lack of parking and indoor seating made a Paseo visit difficult to fit in the schedule.
They say shit gets real when you get married. And it does in the whole lot of vow making, ring wearing, debating about who gets which side of the bed kind of way. There’s something unctuous about it. Something delightful about pointing across the room and saying, “He’s my husband.”
Some people grow up in pasta families or salad families. Others spent their childhood nose deep in chicken nuggets and store-bought lasagna. I grew up in a meat and potatoes household. Which is to say, the vegan, pagen, paleo, carb-cutting, red-meat banishing, bacon-admonishing diets that have swept through the health […]
We’re in the marriage swing of things. You know the time when friends are getting hitched and cutting cakes so often you need a workout plan just to cover the frosting calories? Okay. Maybe that’s stretching it a bit. But it does seem that white dresses and diamond-clad rings have […]
We graduated. By which I mean Garrett graduated. By which I mean, there are no more Friday night classes and Sunday study sessions. WOOOOOHHOOOOO!!!! In my mind this also meant we’d have soooooo much free time. You know the kind filled with lazy mornings and late night dance sessions? The […]
The ultimate in green goodness, this salad is packed with fresh herbs, hearty quinoa, and nutrient-rich veggies like asparagus and green peas. (Jump to the recipe here.) I remember summer vacation. I remember when life used to have clear beginnings and ends. Back then, pieces didn’t just fade one into […]