Recipes

How we eat; insights into observing the mundane.

Over the last few years, I have found myself becoming more and more interested in the rituals and structures around eating; whether it's for a specific holiday, daily family life, or comparing the little nuances of various cultures - the ones that are easily missed, when familiar with or a part of a particular community.… Continue reading How we eat; insights into observing the mundane.

My very favourite holiday cookies

The world is a complicated place. There is so much to navigate around, and through, and deeper through still. Sometimes the simple pleasures, the things we know, that we can return to for the sake of steadfast comfort, are the very thing we need for the reassurance to keep going. These are one of those… Continue reading My very favourite holiday cookies

The power of jet lag

Despite an overlapping portion of shared language (it's a Venn diagram really) and a weird obsession with each other, over the years I have come to the conclusion that British and American culture probably have more differences than similarities. I have spent the last eleven years bouncing and balancing between two cultures. On a day-to-day… Continue reading The power of jet lag

New Mexican Frijoles, the Land of Enchantment is calling

I was born and raised in Cleveland Ohio, but I grew up in the true sense of the word, in New Mexico. From the age of twenty two, until nearly twenty six I lived in Albuquerque, moving there after I finished university with no idea what I wanted to do next, or how to be… Continue reading New Mexican Frijoles, the Land of Enchantment is calling