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Heirloom Tomato and Corn Frittata

Frittata. Fri, fri, frittata. That’s my song about this dish. ANYWAY. This frittata will make you want to sing. It’s so easy and delicious that it leaves you time to do other things, like stare at pictures of baby deer … Continue reading

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Zucchini and Corn Skillet

I’m a big fan of recipes that come together in one pan, partly because I like throwing a bunch of things into a skillet and watching how it comes together, and partly because I hate doing dishes. This zucchini and … Continue reading

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Zucchini Bake with Mozzarella

I was scrolling through Instagram on Sunday morning and I stopped when I saw a picture of a zucchini bake with mozzarella. Whoa, I thought to myself. This is happening. The picture didn’t come with a recipe, so I decided … Continue reading

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Butternut Squash, Kale and Pepper Hash

Happy (Belated) New Year! Even though we’re already a couple of weeks in, I haven’t had time to write recently–I just moved to Washington, D.C., and this is my first post from my new apartment. I still can’t believe I’m … Continue reading

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Winter in Chicago (and ways I’ve cooked up to tolerate it)

This is what it looked like in Chicago on Tuesday: Note the car that is completely covered in snow. When I decided to attend Northwestern, I knew what I was getting myself into. I knew that winters in Chicago had … Continue reading

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Pomodoro Sauce, Our Way

Awhile back, my younger sister Mollie and I tried our hand at creating our very own Pomodoro sauce.ย  If I had to guess, I’d say I was about eighteen or nineteen, and she was still in high school.ย  The only … Continue reading

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