Feeling Foodish

Marie is a food blogger from the Philadelphia area who is passionate about cooking and baking. Her food blog began when she shared her NY pizza dough recipe, which remains the most popular recipe on the blog. Sharing family meals has always been an important tradition in her family and she feels the ideal meal is one that is both simple and healthy. 


whole wheat hamburger buns (Tongzhong method)

I’ve been wanting to try this technique called Tongzhong for a while now. The technique is Asian and it is used to make bread softer and stay fresh longer. ...more

My Blackstone Pizza Oven

Hello there! It’s been a while, and I miss my little bloggie. I’ve still been cooking, baking, and answering pizza questions but not posting too much for a number of reasons ....more

Slow roasted ratatouille

Do you have vegetable overload in your fridge from your garden or CSA membership? Things like eggplant, zucchini, and tomatoes? Maybe even some carrots, and onions? ...more

Italian meatballs

Oh, it’s been a while, hasn’t it? I’m still cooking but not as much! Vacations, pool – summery things mean less cooking for me ....more

bread bakery chocolate babka

Pardon me everyone, but I’m in a chocolate coma right now. OMG. Chocolate babka is another recipe that I’ve been wanting to try for a long time ....more

New England lobster rolls

Here’s another recipe that has been on my want-to-make list for a while. The last time I had a lobster roll, I was in Kennebunkport in Maine. It was delicious! ...more

asian cucumber salad

On to more vegetable this week….. Cucumbers! I’ve been getting so many cucumbers from my local CSA this year ....more

eggplant meatballs

Here’s a recipe that I’ve been wanting to try for a while because I love eggplant. Many ways. And so meatballs? ...more

spicy swiss chard with potatoes

So I joined the CSA this year and have been getting lots and lots of vegetables. We are getting 3 bags full weekly of things that are in season locally. So far, our shares have included lots of leafy greens including romaine lettuce, butter lettuce, red lettuce, swiss chard, cabbage, cucumbers, kale, spinach, arugula, carrots, turnips, snap peas, broccoli, strawberries, and herbs ....more