Table Traditions: Pear and Gargonzola Flatbread

Table Traditions: Pear and Gargonzola Flatbread

Words by: Chichi Agorom The way to my heart is a road lined with autumn trees and simple tables filled with all of my favorite foods. When asked about my hobbies, one of the first ones that always comes to mind is eating, although I would probably never say that out...
Table Traditions: Chicken Fenny

Table Traditions: Chicken Fenny

Words by: Melanie Fenwick My dad’s 70th  birthday was approaching and I was determined to create a memorable gift for him. In no short terms, my dad gives extraordinary presents to everyone he knows. My two sisters and I attempt to keep up with him. With a clear goal,...
Table Traditions: Hearty and Healing Beef Stew

Table Traditions: Hearty and Healing Beef Stew

Words by: Amy Shenk The leaves skittered across the ground as I made my way quickly from the car to the house. It was one of those chillier days, a day where the cold had sort of sunk into my bones. Honestly, I do not mind the cold that much. Fall is my favorite...
Table Traditions: Tomato Cream Sauce Pasta

Table Traditions: Tomato Cream Sauce Pasta

Words by: Cassie Sergeson | fellowship á la tomato cream | come. come to the table, dear. come and taste the treasures made, the hopes renewed. sit, dear. sit with us, here with us. hear the laughter rising. the candlelight flickering faces full of smiles, bellies...
Table Traditions: Grandma’s Rolls

Table Traditions: Grandma’s Rolls

Words by: Becca Manning Nothing, in my life has ever spoken of my grandma’s love for me like her great talent and sacrifice of making these delicious, warm, classic Parker House rolls. Every time I would visit my Grandma in Montana, I could expect an abundance of...
Table Traditions: Butternut Squash Soup

Table Traditions: Butternut Squash Soup

Words by: Angela Bae I grew up in a household that loves good food and eating…particularly because my mom is a host and works magic in the kitchen. Before I knew it, hosting quickly became my love language too, mostly out of my love for eating, but also because...
Table Traditions: Judi’s Carmel Corn (with Pecans!)

Table Traditions: Judi’s Carmel Corn (with Pecans!)

Words by: Kalynn Cheyney Did you notice the handwriting? That would be my mother. Can you tell she likes pecans? She always shouts “PECANS, MORE PECANS!” I think she needs a print of that hanging in her kitchen. My grandmother Sharon (Judi is her sister) would make...
Table Traditions: Fall Pumpkin Risotto with White Wine

Table Traditions: Fall Pumpkin Risotto with White Wine

Words by: Tori Schaulis Each time a new season rolls around I’m convinced it’s my favorite. I grew up in the Midwest and loved watching the leaves turn brilliant reds, yellows and oranges as the temperature dropped and the air became crisp and cool; it was magical....