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Jan 26, 2015

Sicilian Beef Ragout for NY Times

This dish is a good one. Sicilian beef ragout. It's hearty and warms your insides with its robust flavors. I think it's a perfect winter meal. If you have a dutch oven, whip it out and give this recipe a try. As an added bonus, it simmers in your oven for a couple hours and fills your whole kitchen with an amazing aroma. 

Check out the recipe on the NYT Cooking page, here


Jan 23, 2015

A Taste of Winter

One thing I truly enjoy about winter are the beautiful snowy scapes it brings along with it. We haven't seen too much snow  so far but the storm that happened over Thanksgiving was so stunning that I have to share these photos with you. This is one of my favorite spots, Sprout Creek Farm, looking like a snowglobe. 


Nov 29, 2014

Sweet Potato Soup

I have to share this sweet potato soup with you because it was absolutely exquisite. I'm picky about how I like my sweet potatoes cooked and am officially convinced they are perfect in soup form. I made this dish for the NY Times a couple weeks ago and ate it twice a day for five days. The Belgian-style beer makes this dish, giving it that subtle hint of yeast. Florence Fabricant tops the soup with toasted mini marshmallows, giving a fun little nod to the classic sweet potato casserole topped with marshmallows. 

Get the recipe here

CommentsCategories Savory

Nov 24, 2014

An Oh My Veggies, Meatless Thanksgiving!

I photographed this delicious, vegetarian, Thanksgiving menu that the wonderful ladies at Oh My Veggies are sharing. The spread includes traditional sides with a twist, gravy and a main dish!

Click on the dish titles to get the full recipes and even more photos. We hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Lentil and Roasted Root Vegetable Strudel

Vegan Green Bean Casserole with French Fried Onions

Slow Cooker Rosemary Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Caramelized Onion Gravy

Wild Rice Pilaf with Brussels Sprouts and Sage Vinaigrette

Pumpkin Cheddar Stuffing

CommentsCategories Drinks Interiors Savory Sweet Travel

Nov 11, 2014


This time of year there is so much beautiful color outside, so sometimes it's nice to let that color be the star and work with neutrals on the inside. Meagan Camp styled this beautiful, non-traditional,  autumnal tablescape keeping this in mind. Soft, creamy white linens, neutral serveware, warm woods, splashes of gold and a few outdoor elements like these branch clippings and pumpkin make for a sophisticated, fall setting. This is a dinner party I would love to be invited to!

Meagan pulled pieces from Hammertown, Target and Hudson Made soaps for a little gift for your guests. 

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