In the Chicago area and interested in being part of a web series inspired by Jane Austen’s Persuasion? We’re casting! Audition and share! Details at the link in my profile.
Be sure to stop by the @humphreypatisserie pop-up at @equianocoffee today! The pithivier was divine!
It was an absolute delight to meet @authorkierstenwhite last night and hear about her new Buffyverse book!
Look at this supermodel
#Repost @equianocoffee with @get_repost ・・・ Serving up cashew milk mochas till 5 today! 📷: @enticinglyrich
When you’re struggling to find a new winter coat and your sister lets you have a vintage one she never wears (that you also borrowed for a photoshoot years ago)
It's fun to get together and have something good to eat at least once a day. That's what human life is all about—enjoying things. —Julia Child . (I guess this could be a blog post, but frankly I’m feeling too lazy to format it, so have a sentimental Instagram instead.) . My parents got me a Kitchenaid mixer for Christmas. It will probably live in our attic until I eventually move out, but the color of the year for 2018 was my favorite color, so it was worth getting one now anyway. . A couple times I’ve gotten all emotional and teary about it—not just because it’s a bigger/more expensive gift than they usually get for me. Not just because it’s shiny and beautiful (my sister said, while looking at it, “is this how men feel about cars?” 😂) and I’m mentally decorating an entire future kitchen around it. No, I mostly get emotional about all the meals and goodies I’ll get to cook with it and all the delicious, beautiful food I’ll get to share with the people I love in life, made with the help of this mixer. I come from a family that values good, homecooked food, but it was in high school, inspired by the movie Julie & Julia (and Food Network. So much Food Network) that I really started getting gourmet. So I’m naming her Julia, in honor of Julia Child, another woman who passionately cared about people and food.
2018 top nine photos, surprisingly light on people photos from Europe
A pretty pile of goodies, a pretty pile of presents and a pretty pile of people (plus Katie who took the photo)