"Nicole is not preaching the gospel of a 30 minute meal. She’s not a chef whose sub-recipes have sub-recipes. Instead she’s an evangelist of the calming, attentive power cooking brings—choosing a peach, chopping parsley, gently cooking garlic until it’s just fragrant."
Allyson Batis, Considering the Radish

"The collection of poems and recipes are a breath of fresh air in the cookbook realm."
Food Republic, The Earthy Beauty of Mushrooms

"This is a lovely book that will please the poetry lover, cookbook lover and lover of the written word."
Eat Your Books

"Nicole encourages us to slow down and really experience the process of making our meals and waiting for them to cook."
The Pleasures of Eating Mindfully, Kathryn Forsyth

"The recipes and poems are woven together with Nicole’s personal thoughts and stories, and from what I have already seen it will be engaging to read as well as inspiring to cook from."
A Cookbook Inspired by Poetry, Peggy Acott

Radicchio Panzanella / Considering the Radish 

Moroccan-Roasted Lamb with Herb Yogurt / Food Republic



"A cookbook with evocative illustrations, simple ingredients, more than 75 easy to follow recipes, and the best kind of writing: an intimacy that returns us to ourselves."
Cynthia Grady

"This experience reinforced my instincts about continuing to write, even when you don’t know how it all will end. I wanted to write a book, so even though I didn’t have a contract or an agent, I wrote it anyway."
A Conversation With Blogger and Author Nicole Gulotta,

"Food and poetry are the perfect combination for stillness, thoughtfulness, and a good life."
Jessica Voights,

"The blog is a feast for the senses, and the book is the very much the same."
Peggy Acott

Chasing Creative | With Ashley Brooks & Abbigail Kriebs

Wild Elixir: A Podcast for Creative Embodied Women | With Janelle Hardy