traveling through the kitchen

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Hi, I’m Sarah, a flight attendant who’s passionate about cooking, eating, and travel. Let’s cook together!

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health, resolutions & meal-prep in 2021

Jump straight to the meal prep plan here. Happy new year friends! I hope you all had a happy & healthy holiday season and found moments of joy, even if they looked different than they ever have before. For us, the holidays certainly felt different, as we struggled to strike the balance between much-needed fellowship

intentionality

With the changing of the seasons, an internet hiatus seemed to befall me somewhat naturally this year. With a combination of a lack of inspiration, social media fatigue (anyone else watch The Social Dilemma on Netlfix?), and cooling temperatures, my blogging motivation turned as quick as the changing leaves. It’s not just blogging that’s taken

musings: cooking in 2020

2020 has been a much different year than anyone anticipated. We left 2019 with big hopes for the new decade, from the big – those who had weddings planned, babies due, graduations eminent – to the small – gym memberships, birthday parties, and sunny vacations. Then the brooding villain, Coronavirus, enters stage right, and everything

mini-meal prep

As much as I love reaping the benefits of meal prepping, I don’t always have the time/energy/motivation. But that doesn’t mean I’ll be happy with myself later if I don’t pack any food at all before a 3-day trip. The solution? Mini-meal prepping, where I still consider how I can tackle my upcoming workdays with

camping kitchen: mt. rainier

Moving to the Pacific Northwest has opened a whole new world of outdoor adventures for me and Matt. Less than a two-hour drive in any direction, there are countless breathtaking views to take in whether by car or on foot. A few weeks ago, we carved out what little time we had for our first

weekly veggie boxes

My sweet neighbor upstairs works with a local farm, Kirsop Farms, here in Washington, helping them partner with farmer’s markets around town. Back in May, she told us about weekly vegetable boxes they offer for only $25. Local, organic produce left at my back door like a gift from Santa? #sold. The boxes contain a

snacking in the air

Hunger doesn’t care where you are and what’s available – it is selfish, with no regard for your schedule or current location. Without a plan of attack, a flight attendant can quickly find themselves in between a rock and a McDonald’s. It is with this in mind that I carefully pack my lunch box before

chemex brewed iced coffee

I shared this the other day on my Instagram story, but wanted to post it here too in case you missed it. Bon Appetit’s Sarah Jampel shared her method for iced coffee in a Chemex, so this is my go at it. I can already tell it’s going to be a summer staple for us.

my favorite things: kitchen basics

A few weeks ago, I walked you through my favorite things to travel with, for work and pleasure. Today, I’m going to tour you around my kitchen, highlighting my must-have basics and most-used gadgets. This is not an extensive list of everything I use regularly at home, like wooden spoons and measuring cups, as the

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About Me

Hi there! I’m Sarah, and I’m so glad you’re here. I believe food is a way to communicate love – love for a partner, friends, family, your body, even places you’ve visited. I hope that I can help make cooking more approachable, giving you the confidence you need at the kitchen counter…

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