September is such a special month, but it’s a confusing one too. The calendar marks it as the start of the Fall season, yet it doesn’t quite seem to feel like the end of Summer. There’s the obvious rush of back to school season, the shorter evenings, the familiar crispness to the morning air, not… Continue reading Homemade pasta with sauce recipe
There are many things that get me fired up and my husband often jokes about how passionate I can sometimes be. My voice becomes two (or three) octaves higher, hands flailing about and sometimes it may look like I’m arguing, but really I just get a little carried away. When it comes to issues on… Continue reading A new day
Never heard of sorrel? Neither had I, until last May when we moved into our house. Our new neighbors were enthusiastic about our garden plans as much as their own. They quickly introduced us to a friend of theirs who lived just around the corner and who happens to work at this wonderful place. One… Continue reading Collard greens – What can you do with them?
Summer has taken hold of me, as is usually does, and because it’s always so short here in the NW, I’m enjoying it while I can. This explains my lack of posting here (among a very busy work schedule), but I just had to share this recipe while corn is still in season. I love… Continue reading Yummy Summer Salad
I realize these look more like tacos than burritos, but sometimes you have a slight recipe fail and with my time running short these days I just went with it. I say slight, because they tasted delicious, they just didn’t exactly wrap up easily like the wheat flour tortillas I’ve made in the past. I… Continue reading Yummy Burritos
This weekend was absolutely gorgeous and sunny so we took full advantage of it by being outside as much as possible. Coincidentally it ended up being the perfect weekend to take part in this week’s project recipe for bread too. The recipe basically does everything on its own, no kneading required, so early Sunday morning… Continue reading Beautiful weather and bread