Smoked Deviled Eggs

Yes, you read that right … smoked deviled eggs. Anyone who’s checked out my About page knows that in addition to blogging here at Rhubarb and Honey, I work full-time as a product manager for an international publishing company, serve as co-leader for Slow Food St. Louis, and I’m also the “Director of Que-mmunications” for […]

My Mexican Wedding Cookies

[donotprint]Faithful readers of Rhubarb and Honey know that I recently got married. They also know that I got married on the beach in Mexico. Therefore, it’s quite apropos that The Chef and I’s signature cookie is the Mexican wedding cookie. Okay, we don’t have a signature cookie, but if we were too, it would have […]

Rosy Rhubarb Syrup and a Farm Girl Cosmo

[donotprint]I recently stumbled on a new blogging club called The Secret Recipe Club. The idea is similar to other blog exchanges in that each participating blogger is assigned another participating blog to make a recipe from, but the twist with The Secret Recipe Club is that you can’t tell anyone whose blog you have – […]

Goodbye, My Tiny Urban Kitchen

It was May 14th, around 10:00 pm, when my cell phone rang. I was at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, there on business, mingling with customers at a party my company threw in their honor. I looked down at my phone and saw a number I didn’t recognize. Normally, I wouldn’t have answered such […]