This is the perfect main dish to show off the gems of the summer season: heirloom tomatoes. Whether you’re serving up brunch, lunch, or dinner — this tomato tart is a showstopper. Plus, it’s super easy to make and will taste like you were working away in the kitchen for hours! So break out your
A lot has changed since the last time I blogged. Life has been a bit of a whirlwind and is just finally slowing down enough for me to justify writing for this blog (hi! *waves* if you’re reading this!). Long story short: My husband and our two cats moved back to the U.S. from Scotland
If you enjoy teenage heartbreak and trips down memory lane, click here to read my short story SOFT WHISKEY.
I am really excited to announce that I came in third place in Oakland University’s University’s Flash Fiction competition for my short story “Selkie Daughter.” I won’t be able to attend the actual event to read it out loud (since I am living in Scotland), but I am always amazed and humbled when anyone decides
My sister, Bella, turned 21 this week. To celebrate, my family ventured to a Latin street food restaurant called Honcho in Clarkston, Michigan. With a family full of mixed dietary needs (my sister is actually studying to become a nutritionist), Bella chose a perfect restaurant to accommodate all of us. Honcho’s menu can satisfy both omnivores