Does the microbiome of a “new” versus “mature” sourdough starter impart differences in the same bread recipe? To test this out, I ran a little experiment.
This first section was actually written after the rest of the post. Noah and I woke up early yesterday morning to have some productive self-time and to start shifting our routine for when the baby comes. I knew I wanted to write, but I had no direction or topic in mind. Fully equipped with a… Continue reading How I’m Processing COVID-19
I was watching a cooking documentary the other day of an Indian woman who owns a restaurant in the UK. Normally, I would think about how different her life is from mine and how her perspective on life must be so rich compared to my mid-western, young self. This time was different. Even though our… Continue reading It’s Time to Love Each Other
Have you ever been slapped in the face by maturity? What I mean to say is, have you ever felt your perspective on life broaden in an instant? If you would've asked me a couple of months ago if I enjoyed my job, I would've given a smile and said something along the lines of… Continue reading A Fresh Perspective- How to Love Your Job
Okay, so my last blog post showed a little bit of the adventure side of my recent trip to Maine, but it wasn't all about dripping sweat and counting steps. We were incredibly blessed to have beautiful, sunny weather for all but one day, so we decided to use the rainy skies as an excuse… Continue reading Maine Reflections Part 2: Portland Coffee Review
I started off 2019 with only one definite plan for the year: a vacation in the beautiful state of Maine during the first week of August. At the time it felt like the wait of a lifetime, but we were riding up to the airport at 4:00am before I knew it. Before now, vacation to… Continue reading Maine Reflections Part 1: Acadia National Park