Lessons From A Year In Colorado

“Each individual’s experience with food is so nuanced and complicated that just a smell or taste can evoke intense feelings and memories…”

Food & Storytelling

I strive to contribute to the healing of our environment, communities, and individuals through food and visual storytelling as I explore these concepts in both new and familiar places. Join me on my journey as I learn about food culture and dive deeper into my own.

Meet Mia

Hi there! I’m the one-woman show behind Marigolds & Mint… I started blogging in 2017 as a way for me to share my experiments in the kitchen and practice my food photography. Now, I hope to create a platform that inspires change in the way we cook, eat, and source our food.

What Are You Looking For?

Plant-Based Recipes

Vegan and vegetarian recipes made with good-for-you ingredients that contribute to your physical and mental health

Photography Services

A collaborative experience that harnesses the power of storytelling to tell your brand story in an authentic way

Sustainable Living Tips

Guides to composting, opinion articles about food systems and the environment, and more!

Shop Prints

Choose from a variety of high quality prints that are ready to shine in your home!



Taza Flores, Montreal

Taza Flores, Montreal

Taza Flores was more than a respite from the below-freezing temperatures and biting winds on the streets of Montreal one Saturday afternoon; it was an escape into a different world. As a mild spring breeze floated through my kitchen window and rustled the long leaves...

Tastes of Mile End: A Montreal Food Tour

Tastes of Mile End: A Montreal Food Tour

The Montreal food tour you can't miss! When I decided that I would take an impromptu weekend trip to Montreal in the cold of February, I decided that I would like to experience the city through a food tour. After many hours of research (because I wanted the very...

Baked Artichoke Tempeh

Baked Artichoke Tempeh

I often get stuck in the “grain bowl” rut (Can you blame me? They’re delicious). But, sometimes the grain+protein+veggie combo can get boring. Enter Baked Artichoke Tempeh. This recipe is based on an “Artichoke Chicken” recipe that my family has been making for as...

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