Author Archives | Sarah F

{use it or lose it} My CSA Share Pizza

I don’t know how everyone else feels about their CSA shares, but I often feel overwhelmed.  When it all comes in, I’m so excited but that excitement quickly turns to panic as I try to determine how I am going to use all of the glorious veggies before they go bad!This is especially challenging as […]

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Burgers…Veggie style

As a resolution or “goal” for this year, I had aspired to reduce the amount of meat that I eat on a regular basis.  In the past couple of months, I have really started holding myself to that goal.  I’ve introduced various new meals to my repertoire.  I’ve begun purchasing tofu on a regular basis […]

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{WNIMK} Post-Easter Eggs

Editor’s Note: What’s New in My Kitchen Wednesdays, is a semi-weekly series where we weave a personal story with a review of a beloved or new item in our kitchen, in our glass or on our plate. It is a few days after Easter so the question looms: What to do with those hard-boiled eggs? […]

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{Welcome Spring} A Run & Burritos

Sunday was a beautiful day.  I decided to make the most of it and headed outside with C-man and our trusty dog, Georgia.  I was due for a training run, as I’m running the Suntrust National Half Marathon on March 26th, so what better day to try out the jogging stroller along with the dog. […]

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The Ever Versatile {Bean Salad}

{thinking of summer} Last weekend I attended a “planning meeting” for the Ragnar Relay Race New York that I’m running with fellow club member, Amanda, and 10 running friends (that’s a team of 12!). The race is a 200 mile running relay event starting in Bethel, where 12-man teams run day and night, relay style, […]

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{soup swap} Farmgirl Susan’s Garlic Lover’s White Bean Soup

{Sarah’s soup was so good that I forgot to shoot it until my bowl was almost empty!! -Christina} I love soup.  I’ll be the first to admit it.  I could eat soup almost every night during the colder months along with a grilled cheese sandwich.  It’s a comfort food and so tasty and warm.  When […]

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{WNIMKW} Tea, Tea, Everywhere is Tea!

Editor’s Note: What’s New in My Kitchen Wednesdays, is a weekly series where we weave a personal story with a review of a beloved or new “item” in our kitchen, in our glass or on our plate. -Christina {tins-o-tea and mark bittman cookbooks….perfect together} Tea is not really new to my kitchen, but more of […]

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{Dark Days} Week Five: Simple, Local and Delish!

Editor’s Note: This is our third installment of a 4 1/2 month challenge, Dark Days, taken up by 88 blogs spanning the country, to eat one meal a week as local, sustainable, ethical and organic as possible. Sarah discusses the process from phone call to table of a half pig they purchase from a farm […]

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{New Year} Gonna Get Vegetable Crazy!

Okay, so I’ll be honest.  I’m really not into resolutions.  I’ve talked about this with some of my family and friends and they know that I am not a fan.  I really feel like New Years resolutions are promises that people make to themselves and then quickly break.  And it’s okay, why not let yourself […]

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{Meals in Busytown} Greek Chicken & Chickpea Stew

Meals in a hurry… Isn’t that what we all wish for? I know I do.  I’m tired when I get home from work and the last question that I want to try an answer is what are we having for dinner.  Nevermind trying to create something from nothing on the days that I forgot to […]

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{edible gifts} quick & easy peppermint bark

I always have the best of intentions.  I want to make lots of really great and super extravagant things to give as gifts.  One holiday season I baked almost every day.  Many of my treats found their way to my husband’s office so as not to end up in my mouth.  Another year I crocheted […]

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Feeding a {Picky} Toddler on Spaghetti Squash

Editor’s Note: Sarah’s next installment in her series “Feeding a {Picky} Toddler on”. She makes squash- magic. -Christina This is a continuation of my story of trying to feed my toddler healthy and nutritious food, while dealing with the fact that he has suddenly become very picky.  This week presented me an interesting opportunity.  My […]

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{thanksgiving} The Turkey Fry

So maybe some of you have done this before.  The Fisk household has not.  We have never deep-fried a turkey.  I’ve heard stories.  Good stories, bad stories, horror stories.  We have been fascinating and I’d say pretty intrigued at the whole idea of deep-frying an entire turkey.  Earlier this week a good friend of ours […]

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Feeding a {Picky!} Toddler on White Bean Dip

Editor’s Note: This is the first installment in Sarah’s series, “Feeding a {Picky!} Toddler”, where she will discuss the ups and downs of feeding her 2-going-on-14 year old son C-man. Personally, I’m one year behind Sarah in parenting experience, so I will be reading these installments like I’ll be tested on it. I know Miles’ […]

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What’s New In Your Kitchen – Bento Box Edition

I don’t know about the rest of you but I really struggle with packing my 2-going-on-14 year old’s lunch box.  He likes to eat lots of little thing.  I like this about him actually.  It gives me the opportunity to present him with several different food items to try.  If he doesn’t like one thing, […]

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