Salt Made From Tears

•28 May 2012 • Leave a Comment

From the fine folks at Hoxton Street Monster Supplies.

Seems like something I should DIY.

In thekitchn!

•13 May 2012 • 1 Comment

In Thekitchn!

Check it! Our kitchen made it onto thekitchn!


•5 May 2012 • Leave a Comment


from Go With The Flow

Next race: Nike Women’s Half Marathon, San Francisco 10/14/12

A Series of Unfortunate Desserts

•25 April 2012 • Leave a Comment

A Series of Unfortunate Desserts

Oh, but I love vanilla…

Caine’s (Cardboard) Arcade

•10 April 2012 • Leave a Comment

This is amazing.


•10 April 2012 • Leave a Comment


from This Is Colossal

For a someday, future, larger home.


•1 April 2012 • Leave a Comment

Way back in February, we attended a Slow Food East Bay workshop on tofu-making at the Hodo Soy Beanery.  Minh Tsai, the founder of Hodo talked about the history of tofu-making and then led us on our first foray into making it ourselves.  Way fun.  (Oh!  We also got to taste a number of delicious tofu/yuba-based dishes made in house. Yum.)

We made this lovely hunka hunka burnin’ tofu love (apologies for the horrible photo):

And what, you may ask, did we then do with this massive brick of soy joy?

We did what anyone  in my family would do.  We took it over to my folks’ place and had my dad turn it into even more amazingness:

Now we’re talkin’.  Thanks, Dad.  You’re the best.

*Apprently, a woman in Colorado had her license plate request denied when she requested ILUVTOFU.  Guess Colorado’s DMV doesn’t love, um, certain activities, quite as much as she does.

Vulnerable & Amazing

•18 March 2012 • Leave a Comment

Brenè Brown was one of the keynote speakers at this year’s AMS annual conference in San Francisco.

She was utterly phenomenal, and she shared this quote with us:

“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
― Howard Thurman

Be vulnerable.
Be amazing.
Be alive.

Guac Gets Fresh

•10 March 2012 • Leave a Comment


Somebody That I Used to Know

•28 February 2012 • Leave a Comment