If we could afford a 6,000 square foot house, and I had the time and energy to clean such a palace, I would have a separate room for everything. Two
I grew up with a deep appreciation for strawberries. My green-thumb dad worked in strawberry research, and he was always bringing home flats of fresh berries. I have good memories
I’ve been enjoying these versatile parfaits all summer for breakfasts, snacks, and desserts. The recipe is as simple as cutting up some fruit and layering with yogurt and granola. Mix
I am so excited to share this project, because it has been years in the making. Three years, to be exact, and a whole lot of sweat equity. For some
This light and flavorful plant-based meal was inspired by all the good stuff we have in our garden this month. I’m sure it’s psychological, but I always think produce that
Chickens are a very Vashon thing. So many people here have their own flocks–I know of at least four flocks all within a rooster’s crow of our house. We’ve been working on adding some play structures to our coop to keep our girls entertained.
Technically, I have all the herbs I could possibly need growing outside in my garden. But I kept thinking how handy it would be to have some live herbs growing
We enjoyed living in Albuquerque for two years in our mid twenties, and there we picked up the life-long habit of putting roasted green chile on everything. New Mexicans put
This little DIY project came about because over the past couple of years, we’ve had really bad luck with kitchen soap dispensers.
A simple spice storage solution. Plus, learn how to dry your own herbs!