Hi friends! Thanks so much for following this blog — I had so much fun with it, and I hope you enjoyed everything it had to offer. I’ve decided, however, to move on from A Graceful Taste — but don’t worry, I”ll still be blogging!
My twin sister is a fabulous cook and baker, and we decided it was time we collaborated and created a joint blog. Hence, double-thyme.com was born, where we’ll take turns sharing some of our favorite recipes. Make sure to follow us on twitter and instagram (@doublethyme).
For my first post on Cooking Light’s blog, Simmer and Boil, I made and photographed homemade almond milk. I loved every part of the process, and being able to share with Cooking Light readers how simple it is to make (and how healthy the end … Continue reading →
There aren’t many things in life better than homemade bread. Braiding challah, cutting butter into flour, kneading pita dough — no matter what I’m making, it proves to be a therapeutic process that results in a warm and comforting start to … Continue reading →
The idea to make this tart, spoon-able compote came from the need to bring a topping to a waffle-bar get-together a few weeks ago. I knew I wanted to embrace the fresh flavors of summertime, but a peach topping had been claimed … Continue reading →
If there was ever a cake made for a topping of whipped cream, this is it. As the rest of the cake rises, the center sinks in, creating a perfect place to nestle freshly whipped cream and sweet summer berries. … Continue reading →
This vibrant salad is a twist on the traditional caprese, with roasted butternut squash and fresh avocado adding color and flavor to the classic summer staple. Butternut squash is one of my all-time favorite ingredients — with just a drizzle of olive oil, a … Continue reading →
Last night, my sister and I had four of our closest friends over for dinner. We absolutely love throwing dinner parties — we put ourselves in charge of cooking, and our friends always create the most incredible ambiance, from the table … Continue reading →
Now that it’s June, there’s sure to be plenty of family cookouts and picnics with friends, and it’s nice to have a fresh summer main dish that can be served at home or taken to-go. I served this flavorful dish one night … Continue reading →
No matter the season, butternut squash soup is the ultimate comfort food. This version is rich and silky smooth without the addition of cream, and the rosemary adds a delightfully herby aroma. Ingredients: 1 butternut squash 2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive … Continue reading →
My parents recently moved into a new house in Cincinnati, and my Uncle Greg bought us the absolute best housewarming gift — a pizza stone!! While my sisters and I were home over winter break, we all cleared our schedules … Continue reading →