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Meg & Heather embrace the arts of cooking, community, and conversation. They are educators by day, nerds at heart, and vegetarians for justice. M&H spend much of their time at the local farmer’s market, treasure-hunting at yard sales and antique stores, and listening to live music. They are thrilled to be living back in Providence, Rhode Island after a year-long experiment in central Massachusetts.

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Neither of us are formally trained in the culinary arts. We are always learning and always willing to beg, borrow, and steal great ideas. We have three ways of citing our sources:

-“from” or “via” means we pretty much followed the recipe as written

-“adapted from” means that we made a few changes

-“inspired by” means that we used the original recipe as a starting point and then made it our own

We’re in the business of building community, so comments are welcome and encouraged!

Lastly, you should know that our awesome header photo is courtesy of the very talented Alaina Cherup of Cheerup Cherup. Check out her work on Etsy!

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