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ciambellone, an italian tea cake

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‘reminiSCENT’ exhibition

reminiSCENT | 25 July to 11 August 2018 | MAY SPACE, Sydney

reminiSCENT surveys contemporary artists initiating multisensory experiences through olfactory encounters. Smelling is classified as a “bodily sense” in that along with touch and taste, in order to be ‘known’ or perceived,…

curried couscous with roasted cauliflower

curried couscous with roasted cauliflower

As it turns out, one of the happier features of law school and, now, law firm life is the dependable occurrence of free lunches at least once a week–whether for a talk, or a deposition, or just inexplicably placed in…

Strawberry Vanilla Chamomile Tart

Strawberry Vanilla Tart Angle Flatlay

Happy summer! This strawberry vanilla chamomile tart is a perfect welcome to the season. Although as a grownup I sadly don’t get the whole summer off, my daughter, freshly graduated from preschool, does, so I’m sharing in her giddy joy…

feels so colorado

Recipe: chicken satay with peanut sauce It’s now officially summer! To be honest, it has been feeling like summer around here since May with all the heat and pollen and wildfires. But this past week was spent in true summer…

Cherry Olive Oil Cake

A family friend is Greek and sent me a honey from Ikaria. It is a little smoky and tastes of caramel. Bees never cease to amaze me in what they create. I wanted to bake it into a cake and…

Baked Cherry Tomato, Goat Cheese & Ricotta Dip

This baked tomato goat cheese dip will be a hit at your next outdoor party. It’s loaded with cherry tomatoes on top and warm, melted goat cheese and ricotta. Baked tomato goat cheese dip with ricotta cheese @whiteonrice

Everyone who comes to our house for dinner or shows up on-set…

linguine and clams

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Spicy Paloma Popsicle

Spicy Paloma Popsicle

I know it’s popsicle season, but can we make it a boozy one this summer? To kick things off, I’m sharing these Spicy Paloma Popsicles. It’s your classic Paloma kicked up with ancho chili liqueur and sweetened with homemade strawberry…

just in time for summer

Recipe: sourdough pizza The pine pollen apocalypse ended last week, giving way to smoke from distant wildfires burning in and around our beautiful state. We swept and vacuumed and air-purified the house to keep the allergens at bay, cautiously taking…

Bouillon Pigalle

I used to wonder why someone didn’t open a bistro in Paris serving classic French food, a bouillion, if you will, a word used to describe a place known for serving lots of food, in generous quantities, in a convivial,…

watermelon cucumber salad

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Ultimate Carrot Cake!

My Ultimate Carrot Cake first made an appearance on ZoëBakes in 2008, and it has remained one of my most popular posts. I have made this carrot cake many, many times since then and tweaked the recipe, as I am…

The Magic of Fish Sauce

One of the most asked questions we get about cooking is what is the best fish sauce brand? And another most often asked questions is quite the opposite. More like: how do you use fish sauce and how to cook…

Devil’s Food Chocolate Ice Cream

There are a lot of ways to do the same thing, just as there are a variety of ways to get to the same place. Which is why it’s always fun for me to give a go at another recipe,…