“I love the art of food: the colors, the spices, and the creativity.”
Hi, my name is Kelly! I’m an author, designer, publisher—and cook! Although I can often be found in my kitchen, if the sky is blue, I might grab my camera and go birding, or at least get outside with my dog. But truly, I love to cook and to feed people!
My focus is developing recipes intuitively, using minimal ingredients—doing my best to use organic, unprocessed foods. I’m a big fan of using fresh, seasonal, locally sourced foods – and even grow some of my own herbs and vegetables – in pursuit of preparing nutrient-dense dishes that are so good for fueling and healing our bodies.
Although some of the older recipes you’ll find here may include wheat flour, these days my diet is primally inspired—meaning, I choose to eat foods that can be grown, hunted and gathered—much like our ancestors did prior to any modern day agriculture. I cook mostly grain-free or at least gluten free. I also do my very best to avoid industrially processed foods, foods containing chemical additives or that have been genetically modified, grains, processed sugar and most dairy products—except for cheese. I can’t. I tried. I failed. Cheese is my Achilles heel!
By design, my recipes are fairly simple to make, often incorporating something fresh and in season. They are meant to be starting points, meaning, I want my recipes to become yours. Rather than trying to absorb a hyper-detailed list of instructions requiring you to always have to return to a recipe full of precise measurements, I encourage you to experiment—adding a little more of this, a little less of that, and oh and won’t this [herb or vegetable] be lovely. I want you to trust yourself to create.
As George Bernard Shaw said, “There is no love more sincere than the love of food”. All I know is that my love and passion for delicious food has evolved into an insatiable desire to cook—and my impetus for writing this blog. I hope my recipes and culinary experiences feed your appetite and inspire you to cook fresh, tasty meals for yourself, your friends, your family. And let me know how it goes—I’d love to hear from you.
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