The past few weeks have been a whirlwind. Since celebrating 4th of July, I’ve quit my job, thrown a going away party, moved apartments, and made my way down the Northwest Coast on my post-job, pre-grad school trip. As I write this, I’m sitting at a Peet’s Coffee down the street from my sister’s house in Berkeley, taking a breath for the first time since the month began. Tomorrow I’ll be running the San Francisco half with my Dad and then catching the red eye back to New York. As much as I’ll be sad to the end my trip and leave the left (best?) coast, I will be relieved to get back to my little New York kitchen for a few days before moving to Philly for good and starting school….
Archives for July 2017
Rolling out of bed this morning was especially joyous knowing there were two more days of the long 4th of July weekend ahead of me. After lazing in bed while reading my book, I took to puttering around the kitchen as the morning turned to afternoon. I had been wanting to try this version of Shakshuka since getting Ottolenghi and Tamimi’s Jerusalem cookbook several years ago, so this morning felt like as good a time as any….