a girl and her greens, part two.

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As Lindsay put it last week, “a potential Sunday tradition” has, for me, turned into an absolute Sunday tradition. There is something special about Sundays that make you want to make traditions anyways.… Continue reading

The Radish Collective

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With my disposable camera and Virgin Mary embellished tote in hand, this past Sunday I paid a visit yet again to my favorite local farmer’s market on Grove and Divisadero.  I walked to… Continue reading

The myth of Lazy Sunday

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Sunday, April 1, 2012: 5:30am (EDT): Wakeup call in Cleveland, Ohio. My direct flight back to San Francisco is supposed to leave at 7:30am. Key word supposed. 6:45am (EDT): Standing in the airport… Continue reading

Makin’ Friends at the Farmer’s Market

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This week, our Green Media class was assigned to do the same assignment from the week before because everyone’s projects turned out so great. I was stoked because getting out and going to… Continue reading

Lemongrass & Chicken Noodle Soup

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On Sunday morning Catherine & I decided to get adventurous and wander our way through NOPA to find the Divisadero Farmer’s Market. Clearly we had no idea how close Divis & Grove actually… Continue reading

Chinese Broccoli

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Although I’ve consumed Chinese cuisine most out of any cuisine in my lifetime, I have hardly cooked it myself.  My memories of Chinese cooking are of my mother, my aunts and my grandmother.… Continue reading

Some Chocolate Covered Strawberries

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So when I was deciding on what to do for this project this time around I knew I was going to need some inspiration or at least a sign helping me decide what… Continue reading

Fancy Dillas!

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Recently I have been a big of a friendly little green- KALE! However, I never venture away from the standard green curly leaf stuff that Lucky’s & Trader Joe’s carry. To broaden my… Continue reading

Thursday’s Brunch

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inventive & festive cornbread, from our class brunch

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FRESH ROSEMARY & GRUYERE CORNBREAD For the cornbread we made in class, Stephanie and I decided to use Kristina’s delicious and basic cornbread recipe and add our own contributions (ahem, CHEESE). So thank… Continue reading