Oatmeal Breakfast Bars

Post by Anna Everyone deserves the right to breakfast self-determination. But if you order oatmeal at a restaurant, I will probably judge you. Oatmeal, like toast, is one of those good old simple foods… Continue reading

Boozy Apple + Plum Galette

Post by Molly I’ve never been one for boozy desserts — but something about this rain streak called for a little something special. During my sister’s brief couch surf last fall, she paid… Continue reading

White Bean, Rosemary + Parmesan Stew

Post by Anna In my life, cheese has never really lasted long in the fridge. One time I actually got yelled at for spending too much time in the sample section at the… Continue reading

Seafood Risotto + A Festive Gathering

Post by Molly A few Sundays ago, I met my friend (and namesake) Molly for a long overdue coffee at Café Presse. Two cappuccinos, one croque madame, and countless stories later, we came to… Continue reading

Gluten-Free Almond Banana Muffins

Post by Molly Recently, my world was rocked by the idea of using almond meal as a flour substitute. Too often, gluten-free baked goods just don’t cut it. Lack of the glue-like compound… Continue reading

Celery, Parsnip + Leek Soup

Post by Molly The week after Thanksgiving, my fridge was filled with the usual suspects. Turkey, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes—the whole crew of leftovers we all know too well. So we did what… Continue reading

Thanksgiving Strata

Post by Anna Thanksgiving coincides with Hannukah this year. This turned out to be a great scheduling miracle for the opportunistic, carb-loving people who have always wanted to make sweet potato latkes or… Continue reading

Salmon Cream Cheese with Scallions + Dill

Post by Molly As a Seattleite with a little East Coast in my blood, I know from a good bagel. Since there surely is a shortage of authentic delis and New York-style bakeries… Continue reading

Savory Oats

Post by Anna November is ripe with opportunity to do many of my favorite activities, including but not limited to wearing earth tones and eating warm things with the texture of baby food. It… Continue reading

Sesame Buckwheat Banana Bread

Post by Anna On the topic of Tupp Ups, there is no reason to stray from the most foundational recipe in the anthology: banana bread. You know the scenario—the once perfect yellow bananas… Continue reading