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In the Kitchen with Ashton Keefe and OurHarvest

In the Kitchen with Ashton Keefe and OurHarvest

For almost 3 years, I’ve been working with (and loving) OurHarvest, an online farmer’s market that sources from over 170+ local farms.

So… I figured it was time to learn how to cook! ;)

Chef Ashton Keefe graced my kitchen with her presence this week to teach our Facebook Live viewers and I how to prepare Fish En Papillote, a delicious, buttery and presentation-worthy dish. If you weren’t able to tune in, you can catch the video here (fish pun intended), and get the recipe and fresh, local ingredients from

#WorkSmartSnackSmart with Wonderful Pistachios

By now, you might have figured out that I work from home. And that I'm pretty darn proud of it.

What you might not know is how challenging it can be to snack healthy from home – especially when the refrigerator is in your peripheral view.




Pistachios – which is one of the highest protein and fiber snack nuts – have always been my go-to snack since I was a kid, so when Wonderful Pistachios approached me about their #WorkSmartSnackSmart campaign, I couldn't have been more excited.

Also known as "The Mindful Nut," pistachios often help you feel fuller (partially because cracking open shells slows down consumption time). Not to mention – seeing that pile of empty shells reminds me when I’ve had enough!

Wonderful Pistachios also offers a multipack, with 9 perfectly-portioned 1.5oz bags – a perfect fit for a snack drawer.

And if you find yourself snacking on the road (or in the back of a Lyft, like me) - Wonderful Pistachios also has a No Shells variety.

This summer, I'm going nuts (ha!) and loading up my snack drawer with these!

Try doing the same, and don't miss the chance to win an #WPGiveaway office makeover – deets here!

Plus, enjoy 20% off either 32oz Roasted Salted Wonderful Pistachios or 6oz shelled Wonderful Pistachios on Amazon, using promo code 20SNCKSMRT7.


This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Wonderful Pistachios. The opinions and text are all mine.