Hello, everyone. I’m still in the depths of pre-move commotion: trying to keep up with work and tie up loose ends before leaving D.C., saying “bye for now” to my friends here, and slowly (too slowly) putting together boxes. Even so, I just took a little time to peruse some cool recipes and articles from the week. I hope you’ll find them as engaging as I did. First up, an absolutely exquisite coconut broccoli soup recipe from Heidi Swanson. Nourishing, delicious. I love…

Hello, everyone. I hope you had a lovely weekend. This is probably the last weekend I’ll spend in D.C. that doesn’t involve packing, or living among boxes, which is bringing up all sorts of nostalgia (mixed with excitement to be back in New York). More on that soon. For now, weekend reading. 1. First up, a gorgeous amaranth and cherry panzanella salad from Dolly and Oatmeal. So, so pretty. 2. Elenore’s matcha frappe. Want. Now. 3. Boy, is this my kinda salad. Tempeh bacon,…

Hi all! I hope you’ve had a good weekend. I’m writing from NYC, where I celebrated the book with some of my friends and family this week. Now the boy and I are taking a little staycation time in the Big Apple before heading back to D.C. to pack up and say goodbye. It’s a busy time, and an exciting time. Here are my weekend reading finds. Angela has created an ode to one of my favorite foods, toast. I could probably eat some…

Happy Sunday! I hope that you’ve been having a lovely holiday weekend. My July 4th was drenched in rain, but the clouds parted yesterday and have given way to an exquisite few days here in Provincetown, MA. I’m looking forward to sharing some recaps of my time here with you (including, of course, my food highlights). In the meantime, here’s what I was reading this morning.   A perfectly easy summer lunch (or light dinner): my friend Clotilde’s zucchini pasta with almonds and lemon…

    Each Sunday, I publish a post that includes personal musings and articles on medicine, science, and the human experience. These are reminders that health and wellness extend far beyond what's on our plates.