Meet Leanne Brown, Author of Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/Day

We recently had a chat with Leanne Brown, creator of Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/Day – a cookbook for people with very tight budgets, particularly those on SNAP/Food Stamp benefits. The PDF version is free and has been downloaded more than 925,000 times and the printed book is now also available for purchase on Amazon. […]

Meet Elise Bauer of Simply Recipes

I recently had the awesome opportunity to interview Elise Bauer of Simply Recipes. Not only is she a good friend, but an inspiration to home cooks everywhere. Her blog is one of the leading food destinations online, and her dedication to food literacy is admirable to say the least. Read on to learn more… Happy […]

Edible Flowers 101

We eat with our eyes first… and edible flowers can add just the pop of color to take your plate from blah to beautiful. In celebration of May flowers, here’s our quick roundup of the most accessible edible varieties and the best ways to use them in your kitchen. Pansies Colorful, versatile. Try them tossed in a salad, […]

Our Favorite Ice Cream Maker

While it’s not necessary to buy an ice cream maker to make delicious ice cream at home, if you think this is something you might be doing regularly we wanted to give a shout-out to our favorite ice cream maker! Cuisinart ICE-21TQ Frozen Yogurt-Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker This ice cream maker checks our major […]

All About Salt: An Interview with Jacobsen Salt

You’ve heard us talk about our love for salt, and we honestly think there are few rivals to Jacobsen Salt. Jacobsen Salt Co. is led by proprietor Ben Jacobsen, who strives to create the best finishing salt America has to offer. Harvested from the cold waters of the Oregon Coast, Jacobsen Salt Co.’s pure sea […]

Cookbook Review: Mad Hungry – Feeding Men and Boys by Lucinda Scala Quinn

Hello to delicious, hearty, filling food that anyone with a large appetite will love! Mad Hungry by Lucinda Scala Quinn has been around for awhile so you may have heard of it. They’ve even launched a TV series of the same name and the book is now available in paperback. Lucinda’s back-to-basics approach is perfect for anyone looking […]

Grow your own food – an Interview with Oregon Tilth

We recently had a chance to talk to the folks from Oregon Tilth about how to successfully to create your own home garden. Read on for the full interview… 1. Why should people consider growing their own food? Growing your own food gives you a connection to place. It is a firsthand experience on how […]

Interview with Aran Goyoaga – All About Great Food Photography

We recently had the opportunity to interview Aran Goyoaga, a renowned food writer, stylist and photographer. She is the creator of the amazing food blog Cannelle et Vanille, a finalist for the 2013 & 2012 James Beard Award for Best Individual Food Blog, and author of Small Plates and Sweet Treats: My Family’s Journey to Gluten-Free Cooking. She’s been featured […]

Gatheredtable Included in The Pho-Nominal Box

We’re pleased to be a part of the latest monthly box from A Kitchen Box, The Pho-Nominal Box! This fun box includes everything you need to make the perfect pho at home, including a printed recipe card for Slow Cooker Pho. You can order this and other themed boxes for $34.95. Check it out! A Kitchen […]