Strawberry Gingerbread Dutch Baby with Vanilla Crème Fraîche + A Croatia Workshop!

Strawberry Gingerbread Dutch Baby + A Croatia Workshop!

Hey there! I’m back on U.S. soil after two eventful and amazing weeks in Iceland and Sweden. The past month has just been a complete blur. One minute we were saying farewell to all our Cape Cod workshop attendees, and then it seemed like I blinked and found myself in the Reykjavik airport, semi-delirious from a sleepless red-eye flight and so thankful to have found Eva within five seconds of exiting Customs. I blinked again and we were laughing and eating with a wonderful group of ladies on the shore of a beautiful lake in the Swedish countryside, and then in a flash I was home in Vermont. I can’t wait to share all of those adventures with you guys in the near future. But first, it’s time for berry-filled dutch babies and details about another upcoming workshop!

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Miso Veggie Breakfast Bowl + Asheville Photography & Fly Fishing Workshop (and a few words about fear)

Miso Veggie Breakfast Bowl + Asheville Photography Workshop

2015. Whoa.

I have sat down to write this post several times. To talk about how amazing 2014 was, and how this year is shaping up to be even more incredible. January is barely half over, and my year is already filled with travel plans. Tulum in less than a month. Workshops near and far. I want to tell you how excited I am for all that. Because I am, truly, beyond excited. But before I do, I would like to talk a little about anxiety and fear.

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Apple Cider & Salted Caramel Crème Fraîche Coffee Cake

Apple Cider & Salted Caramel Crème Fraîche Coffee Cake

So I know Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and pretty much all we can think about is what we forgot to get from the store. (I forgot chestnuts. Ugh.)

But look on the bright side: If, like me, you have to brave the madness that is last-minute Thanksgiving shopping, you can at least grab all the ingredients to make this coffee cake too. I know it might not really have a place amidst all the pies, but it deserves a place somewhere, because it’s ridiculously delicious. Whip it up on Friday morning so your family doesn’t eat turkey sandwiches for breakfast. Or file it away for a quieter occasion, when you can eat half of it with no relatives around to judge you. Just promise me that, at some point in time, you will make and eat this. Please.

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Banana Buckwheat Pancakes with Cacao Nibs

Banana Buckwheat Pancakes with Cacao Nibs

These pancakes — they’re problem solvers. Of course pancakes, by nature, are pretty good at solving things. I’m pretty sure they have healing powers, especially when they’re stacked high and smothered in maple syrup and bits of bacon. But these particular pancakes solve a few specific problems for me. Before I get into that, let me explain a little bit more about these things. They are, in their simplest form, made with only two ingredients: bananas and eggs. “Whaaa?” you say? Yep. That’s what I said when I saw Izy’s post back in January. Mashed bananas + eggs = pancakes. Pretty healthy pancakes, at that.

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Buckwheat Banana Muffins with Chocolate Chunks & Cacao Nibs

Buckwheat Banana Muffins with Chocolate Chunks & Cacao Nibs

Up until a few weeks ago, I had never made anything with buckwheat flour. Nor could I even recall enjoying anything made of buckwheat (other than the occasional soba noodle dish). Kind of crazy, right?

I realized this when Alanna posted a recipe for Chocolate Buckwheat Banana Muffins, and I thought to myself, “I wonder what that tastes like with buckwheat flour?” I could kind of imagine it, thinking back to my teenage days of slinging pancakes on the weekends. I remember watching the strange cement-colored buckwheat batter being poured onto the griddle, and then carrying the plate of rich browny-grey pancakes over to their table, noting their nutty smell in the dozen or so steps it would take me to reach my destination. I was curious, but apparently not curious enough to actually try them.

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