Hi there friends! I hope you are enjoying your summer! I don’t know about you but I am always on the hunt for light, finger foods in the summer time that are easy to make….
One of my favorite early–June blooms is garden sage. Her grey-green, fuzzy, oblong leaves and woody stems stand two-feet tall with lavender-colored flowers that the resident bees just loooove. If you fancy yourself an edible garden, sage is a pretty perennial “subshrub” I’d highly recommend.
With sage blooms come all the feels of summer. Independence Day is just around the bend and, girl, you know the gatherings are soon to roll in—picnics, potlucks and barbecues, OH MY!
What shall you bring?! Look no more. This avocado tortellini salad with fresh vegetables and garden sage is as fresh as it is filling and sure to be a crowd pleaser.
It’s a blessing and a curse that a previous homeowner decided to plant mint in our backyard. This very invasive patch is half-near impossible to stave off, but has provided the freshest, most aromatic herbs for many a mojito. Gosh darn, good for sumthin’.
Hi there friends! Today is the second post of the Outdoor Extravaganza series and it’s all about entertaining and decorating. Thank you to our host Shauna for motivating and inspiring all of us as we…
Spring is really here. Daffodil faces are shining, the magnolias are just starting to bloom, and it’s been raining cats and dogs every other day. If only the weather would warm juuuust a tad more…
Let me shout it from the rooftops: I’m ready for spring!! Lately I’ve been dreaming of ambling the local farmers’ market as well as our own bungalow garden pickens. The anticipation of plucking fresh vegetables off the vine is enough to make this green thumb gal coooo.
Lately I’ve been pining over Asian-style soups. Wait a minute, who am I kidding?! I freaking love soup. I’ll find my way back to soup any day of the week, any time of the year….
When your Italian (I-ty for short) bestie asks you to teach her how to make pasta, it’s not only a universal delight, it’s destiny. Nicole and I didn’t mess around; we set up shop. She got’erself a brand new white Kitchenaid right off “the Amazon” and heavy duty sheet rollers to boot. An oft (and real darn good) cook, all the other necessities fell right into place.
The time had come to reign in our cultural culinary kismet.
Hi there friends! Welcome to the Seasons of Home Cookie hop, hosted by the talented Kristen from Ella Claire Inspired! Today I am sharing the MOST delicious recipe that is not only guilt free, it is also gluten free as well!!! If you love chocolate & coconut, then look no further than this post:).
Hello, fraands, Jessica here from Jessica Brigham! I hope you missed me in September, because I certainly missed you. I’m back just in time for the spook-fests with this quick and easy Halloween hors d’oeuvre that’s going to knock your holiday-lovin’ socks off and make you coo with delight at how gosh darn cute it is. It may even turn those ghouls from the dark side.
Hi there friends! The recipe edition of Seasons of Home is back. Last time we shared all things apple for the sweet introduction to fall and this time it’s all about Thanksgiving side dishes! I am partnering with your favorite bloggers on this one and sharing 15 incredible recipes that will be sure to inspire your next holiday gathering. A big thank you to Ella Claire for once again hosting such a mouth watering event!
Welcome to Taste of the Season hosted by my friend Kristin from Ella Claire! It will be a 5 part series over the holiday season which will include incredible recipes from over 20 of your favorite bloggers each time. Today it’s all about APPLES!