What do you draw inspiration from? I don't think I'm the only one who will answer this question with "everywhere." It's not surprising that there are so many food blogs considering that everything seems to happen over a meal. Last month I heard Rebecca Lee read from her short story collection "Bobcat," and there was a whole description about a dinner party and a magnificent trifle with a gingerbread base and anise and berries. It was fiction, but I'm sure that you'll see some version of this trifle on the blog in the next few weeks—along with Lee's description. I'm a contributor at Bon Appétit, so I also get tons of inspiration from their pages and editors (especially their Instagram feed!). And obviously, I draw a lot of ideas from restaurants—for instance, ever since I ate Buvette's roasted beets with horseradish crème fraîche last week, I've been meaning to recreate it in my kitchen. It's not all high-brow stuff, though—our burgers are rolled flat In-N-Out style and that burrito bowl I linked to up top was built on my children's love of Chipotle's signature order. Ultimately, that's where I get most of my inspiration—from my children and cooking for them every night. They inform everything.