Month: April 2018

5 Tips for Traveling with Food Intolerances

5 Tips for Traveling with Food Intolerances

Don’t go hungry — go wherever you want. For me, going on vacation means relaxing, trying new things and making memories. But when it comes to food preferences, traveling isn’t always that simple and fun. If you have food allergies or sensitivities, or certain foods…

Loam Collaboration: Mixed Mustards Salad with Honey Dijon Vinaigrette

Loam Collaboration: Mixed Mustards Salad with Honey Dijon Vinaigrette

The perfect blend of bitter and sweet, winter and spring… As winter turns into spring, I find myself craving salads — but not just regular salads. I like to pile on herbs like they’re lettuce, experiment with my own vinaigrette recipes and garnish my greens…

Fennel Frond Falafel

Fennel Frond Falafel

Fragrant, gluten-free bites for lovers of extra moist falafel Fennel is a slightly sweet, anise-flavored vegetable with an edible bulb, stalks and fronds. If the unique flavor doesn’t turn you off (I love it), then figuring out how to cook and eat it is the…

Loam Collaboration: A Toast to the Watermelon Radish… on Toast

Loam Collaboration: A Toast to the Watermelon Radish… on Toast

As I bring more vegetables into my diet, I’m trying to enjoy them in a way that spotlights their true flavors. (Goodbye, cheese sauce, my old friend.) Plus, getting my veg from a local farm presents a unique opportunity: I may, in some cases, be…