Lemon & Olive Oil Cake with Coconut

Post by Molly For months, it’s been hard to know how to find balance. How to show up, stay engaged, stay angry, find hope, read, learn, listen, share, discuss, act. There’s been an inauspicious hum to each day,… Continue reading

Double Berry Linzer Torte

For it is important that awake people be awake, or a breaking line may discourage them back to sleep; the signals we give — yes or no, or maybe — should be clear: the… Continue reading

Rosemary Pickled Cherries

Post by Anna It’s mid-October, which means I have no business writing about cherries. But when you uncover a stash of pickled cherries that your forgetful/forward-thinking self put up four months ago during the Great… Continue reading

Spiced Apple Butter

Post by Molly As soon as the leaves start turning, I can’t escape my parent’s house without a bursting bag of apples from their tree shoved into my purse. At Rosh Hashanah, the… Continue reading

White Grape, Apple + Sage Shrub

Post by Molly If living on a Tuscan farm isn’t the Tupp Ups dream, I’m not sure what is. From ribollita to grappa, the Tuscans make the most of every crumb, stem, and core —… Continue reading

Leftover Pie Dough Swirls

Post by Anna Summer 2015 was all about pie. Bev and I decided that our friend’s wedding was the perfect opportunity to demystify the folk art of pie. Real pie. With butter measured… Continue reading

Stone Fruit Financiers

Post by Anna We’re in the heart of CSA season, which makes Tuesday the best day of the week. Switching from grocery to CSA has been given me the opportunity to embark on… Continue reading

Cherry-Cornmeal Scones

Post by Anna Ten and a half months out of the year, supermarket cherries are sad, rubbery imports that are just one step away from a canned fruit cocktail. But when you’re sitting… Continue reading

Horseradish Grilled Cheese

Post by Anna In the world of leftovers challenges, Passover is a league of its own. For eight days, we opt out of bread and make do with the beige and brown foods… Continue reading

Sunchoke, Turnip + Leek Soup

Post by Molly Just as spring began to poke it’s little head out of the dirt, I unearthed the very last of my winter vegetables from the refrigerator. If you ever visit Nash’s produce stand… Continue reading