Facebook is Narcissism in its Purest and Greatest Form. That’s how I felt about Facebook when I first (reluctantly) joined, 10 years ago this month. That’s also the name of […]
That baby that changed everything turned 8 recently. I guess all babies change everything, but this one. This Julian. This kid, my squirrely ray of sunshine that loves Minecraft, Pokeman, […]
When I come home to visit Mom and Dad, I sleep under a fern. Bigger than a dog, smaller than a car, it’s a fuzzy green orb looking soft from […]
Hi, friends. I think I’m ready to be back in the kitchen. Earlier this year, Ian and I separated and then divorced. We are co-parenting with kindness and love, and […]
We’re entering a new season here at the Feminist Kitchen. It’s been almost four years since I started this blog as an outlet for ideas that didn’t have any other […]
This post about community cookbooks is in part inspired by the UT Food Lab’s Women & Food Symposium on Saturday at Gearing Hall at UT. It’s a free event from […]
Nothing says “comforting weeknight meal” like free dinner at a strip club.