introducing: scout + wolf


Coming down and getting back into our new normal after the wedding has been really wonderful. It's easy to get lost in all of the planning, putting things on hold and what not, but now that the dust is finally settling, there's something I'd like to share with you.




Last night, Jesse and I went out on a date. Date nights are some of my favorite because it gives us a chance to unwind, enjoy each other's company and really pick each other's brains about goals. And then, sometimes you have date nights that involve self-evolution and life-changing talks. And sometimes, these talks involve creativity. And passion. And lighting a fire under one's (read: my) ass. Because this is something I've desired and yearned for for years and years. Because lovers, friends, frenemies, family, framilies and everyone in between can become a community who shares something at the table. Because at least 75% of my Instagram photos are of meals. Because the kitchen has always felt like my safe place. Because rare and unusual ingredients get me giddy. Because my Le Creuset french oven is my most prized kitchen possession after a great knife set.

Because...because...because. I can give you a million other "because" reasons. But my most important "because" is simple: Because food. (Duh.)



I'm starting a food blog (eeeeep!) called Scout + Wolf. It is currently under construction so before I actually launch it, I want all of you to be a part of a  pop-up food series on T Spoon of Sunshine dedicated solely to cooking, creating, eating and enjoying. I'll be sure to add recipes that I find inspiring and also include my own. I'd really love your suggestions and feedback! Think of it as a soft-opening and all of you are invited. ;-)

Now that that's all out in the open, what would you like the first recipe to be? I'd love to know.

(P.S. In the meantime, start following Scout + Wolf on Instagram!)

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  1. Im so very excited for you and you've been a foodie as long as I can remember you (back in Florence)! One thing I want to learn is how to make a delicious fruit tart - italian style - the perfect crust, not too sweet...this is a goal of mine. So if you want to open that door for me, I'd be much obliged. <3

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  2. congratulations T! spoon of yummy, looking forward to it, pls keep us posted with the URL info soon. Kisses & much love to you and your loved ones <3

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