Citrus! Sweet, Sweet (and sour) Citrus.
Without your glowing jewel tones and bursts of vitamin C, how would we ever survive the harsh brutalities of winter?
Just seeing citrus this time of year gets me feeling all bright eyed and bushy tailed.
Continue reading Fennel & Orange Salad with Toasted Pistachios
What’s not to love about a holiday completely dedicated to eating?
It’s the best! Thanksgiving makes me feel some type of way.
But I don’t always love the way I feel after a weekend spent gorging on too much sugar, butter, carbs and wine. It feels so good in the moment – and I’m all about living in the moment – but sometimes it leaves us feeling less than our best when its all over. Continue reading Julie’s Detox(ish) Kale Salad
I’m super pumped to be sharing this post for SO many reasons. But the biggest one might be that OUR KITCHEN IS ALMOST FINISHED!!
I’m waiting until it’s all said and done to post photos of the whole shebang, you know, for a BIG REVEAL. I’m going to do it up right, with before and after pics and all that jazz.
It’s exciting. I’m excited. Are you excited?! You should be. Continue reading Salsa Verde
Or maybe I should say, “lawbstah rolls.” That’s how my grandfather would have said it.
My Pop-Pop Genovese, along with several of his brothers, and my uncle Mark all made their living as commercial fisherman. My maternal great grandparents emigrated from Sicily in the early 1900’s to Gloucester, Massachusetts, a fishing village made famous by the book and movie “The Perfect Storm.”
Back in the swingin’ sixties, Pop-Pop and two of his brothers purchased their own fishing vessel, “The White Dove,” and uprooted their families from Gloucester to Cape May, NJ in pursuit of a better opportunity. Continue reading Cape May Lobster Rolls