Cool Stuff – Recipes
“Heirloom Rice with Balsamic Mushrooms + Scallions”

I am always so inspired by family farmers who are willing to do the hard work to live off the best their hands can produce. Ralston Family Farms has a special place in my heart because of their dedication to making beautiful food, and because it is a lot of women! We are working together this year on my Adventure Getaway, showing how the rice capital of the world is […]

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“Easy Blueberry Tart”

My first activity upon returning to American soil was picking 2 gallons of blueberries at Tulipwood, and making a blueberry tart. My dad has the most amazing blueberry bushes that he has been cultivating for years. And the timing worked out just right for them to be ripe for the picking the day I returned from my France Road Trip.  We have an annual tradition of making Blueberry Pinot Noir […]

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“Modern Pioneering Video: 7-Herb Frittata + Upcycled Flower Styling”

I had so much fun teaming up with the crew from Cranford Co.​ to host a Modern Pioneering web series. From The Garden, The Kitchen, The Wild, and The Rest, you’ll be learning recipes, projects and skills for a self-sufficient life. This first one you can use for an easy brunch idea and an upcycled table centerpiece. This is a longer-format video than what we’ve done in the past, so […]

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“Video: Shrimp Scampi with Riceland Rice + Red Quinoa”

Men! Now you can’t say that I’m always leaving you out. Watch: “Georgia Pellegrini’s Cooking School for Men.” Easy, healthy recipes you can make for yourself in 14 minutes or less with minimal clean up. Watch the latest one today for: *Shrimp Scampi with Riceland Rice and Red Quinoa* A special thanks to our sponsor Riceland Foods​. Download the FREE Georgia Pellegrini App in your app store to watch the videos while […]

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“Blueberry Pinot Noir Jam”

This summer I spent time at Tulipwood with my dad picking blueberries. After six years of growing them they are the best they have ever been. My dad taught me quite a few things while we were picking, for example: If you pick a green one eat it because they are loaded with vitamin C and antioxidants. You have to net the blueberry bushes of course, because the birds will eat […]

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“7 Edibles Right in Your Backyard”

There is tremendous value in understanding our intimate relationship to the natural world, and in our hectic fast-paced lives, so many of us forget to stop and smell the rosemary. In my latest piece for LifeZette, I show you the nutritional benefits of 7 edibles that are right in your backyard, no trip to the grocery store needed! Check it out.  

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