Posts by Sarah Lewis

My take on Rosa Parks’ “Featherlight Pancakes”

I recently heard an episode of The Sporkful podcast called Searching for Rosa Parks’ Pancakes. There are a few niggles noted in the comments over there that I agree with (mostly: why not at least try making the pancakes according to the recipe if you’re really “searching” for her pancakes?) but I still enjoyed the episode…

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Cashew Parmesan

I’ll admit it: I was very skeptical about this one. I don’t love the texture of nuts, and anyway, how could they possibly sub for cheese this easily? Well, you certainly won’t be mixing this into your risotto to make it all gloriously cheese-stringy, but it turns out to be a darned respectable topping for sprinkling on…

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Beef Meatballs

Ben is on a fairly strict elimination diet right now, and most recipes with more than a handful of ingredients require some creative substitution. Fortunately, there are loads of good options, and thanks to the internet + Google, it’s not hard to find them. For this recipe, I made a whole bunch of substitutions and omissions.…

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Sourdough Pancakes

I recently played with cultivating a sourdough starter. The challenge (other than remembering to feed it!) is: what to do with all that discarded starter?! This recipe is my best answer. It uses quite a bit of starter and my kid likes it. #winning Print Sourdough Pancakes Course Breakfast Cuisine American Servings 4 servings Ingredients…

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Coconut Oil Fudge

Print Coconut Oil Fudge Ingredients 112 grams (1/2 cups) coconut oil 48 grams (1/2 cup) cocoa powder 128 grams (1/2 cup) cashew butter (or nut butter of choice) 79 grams (1/4 cup) maple syrup 1/8 teaspoon salt (optional—leave out if nut butter is salted) Instructions Line a loaf pan with parchment paper and set aside.…

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Ben’s Mango-Strawberry Smoothie

Ben isn’t much of a morning person, so we do smoothies on the way to school. I blend it up and then pour it into a Mason jar with one of these awesome lids. He likes his smoothie heavy on the mango, and I add in almonds for some healthy fat. Don’t be weirded out by the…

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Aggregation Theory: better with every client

Via Michael Schofield, this morning I came across Ben Thompson’s Aggregation Theory. The article is fantastic, particularly as it provides a lot of concrete examples that helped me wrap my head around the abstract concept. One of the most interesting takeaways for me was this: What is important to note is that in all of…

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The Gmail plus sign trick works with G Suite

You may be familiar with the old “plus sign trick” where you can add a plus sign followed by anything you like to the local part (the part before the @ sign) of your Gmail address, and it will be delivered to your main email address. I’ve used that trick for years (on sites that…

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