Endive Salad with Walnut Vinaigrette & Wired

Have you ever thought about the flavors that make you take notice? The flavors that say, “Hey! I’m here and I’m going to linger on your tongue.” No? Your food doesn’t talk back to you? Ahem, Mine either. How about delightfully unexpected flavors then? Bitter flavors do this more often then not. Think of IPAs, […]

Hearty White Bean Vegetable Soup & Shadows, Greys & Evil Ways

When I started this blog, I thought I would be writing about my memories and experiences with food and how vinyl interplays with these moments. I never thought I would write about political events, current happenings or the current man occupying the White House. I had stayed away for it, to be honest, for many […]

Red Kuri Squash Soup & Spirit

I’m not going to apologize for onslaught of soup that will most likely happen on Licorice Pizza Pie. It is cold outside and I have discovered that I actually need to have warm soup at lunch or the rest of the workday is entirely thrown off. Without soup for lunch, I am craving warmth, still […]

Butternut Squash Muffins & Awake

I was shopping at TJs the other day and the cashier commented to me how many people are buying comfort foods. While it could be the change in weather, I know it is not. One of the benefits of living in the PacNW, surrounded by “Not My President” signs in shops, on bikes and in […]

End of Summer Tomato Salsas & Edge of the Sun

Every year, I anxiously wait for summer tomatoes and the fresh, achingly, savory, sweet flavor of them. I will eat them on toast, in grilled cheese, like an apple and in salads galore. Summer tomatoes are the king of summer foods. This is my first summer in Seattle and many locals have said that our […]