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I’m Katie and this is my Vermont kitchen. I’m a classically trained chef, former food stylist and also a reformed dieter. Today I believe no food should be off limits. Here’s where you’ll find easy healthy weeknight dinners, simple seasonal vegetable recipes and intuitive eating tips. Read more…
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If you're looking for some tips to up your game in food styling, you may find a few ideas here. I am a recovering food stylist and these are my absolute must-have tools for the getting the perfectly styled food photographs. In my decade plus as a food stylist I have...read more
I don’t want to wallow in sadness, but I just have to get something off my chest. Please feel free to skip to the Dannies recipe below. I won’t fault you. But I’m just going to lay it out there, and you can decide right now if you want to read on. We had to put...read more
Hold on to your hats people, I am going to take you to flavor town with this five bean salad with edamame, curry, mint and cilantro, a.k.a. crazy bean salad! Woohoo. It's super fast, naturally gluten-free and vegetarian summer eating at its best. Sunglasses,...read more
Back in April, I filled out an application for consideration for a spot for the Cabot Fit Team for the Beach to Beacon 10K road race this summer. The contest, sponsored by Cabot Creamery Cooperative was open to health and/or fitness conscious bloggers only. And guess...read more
Afternoon sports, graduation parties, spring concerts oh my. This time of year is busier than can be. And all I want to do is play in my garden. The pea tendrils are pushing up out of the earth and reaching for the trellis just above them. The first row of mesclun mix...read more
I have always been a soft pretzel lover. Having grown up in the Philadelphia area, I was lucky enough to get my hands on good hot soft pretzels all over the place, from vendors on the street to Phillies games. They were everywhere really. But, probably the most...read more