This weekend Chet and I bought probably the best watermelon I’ve had all summer maybe even in the past few summers. Watermelon is my favorite summertime food. There is nothing better to me than sitting on my porch slurping down some juicy, sweet watermelon to take the edge of the
Chet and I went for our annual strawberry pick at Porter’s Patch this past weekend. I think the late spring yielded a smaller berry than in past years, but their flavor was still delicious! Normally we turn our picked strawberries into jam, but we have so much left
My favorite time of the year is just ahead and I cannot wait to start doing some food shoots to reflect the awesomeness that is summer produce! My neighbors have this beautiful rhubarb plant which they generously offered up to me whenever I want. Rhubarb is one of those fickle
Hey all! I’ve been waiting to post this recipe for a bit. I made it last weekend, but never got a chance to post as I was preparing to leave for Georgia for a week. I finally have a bit of down time and figured I’d post before I forgot!
Hi all! I figured I would brighten this dreary Tuesday with a healthy and easy way to indulge your sweet tooth without the guilt! I love pineapple and recently I discovered how delicious warm pineapple is. I love putting it on my pizza, particularly with pepperoni. I also love pineapple
Happy Monday to you all! The sun is out as are the pelicans and geese, all signs (or at least illusions) of spring! I’m getting very anxious to enjoy being outside again, and for all the delicious spring and summer produce to be in season. I wanted to share with
Top of the mornin’ to you all this lovely St. Patrick’s Day! I just couldn’t stay away from writing to you all as I have stumbled across something delicious. I absolutely love tea and I was delighted to find a dessert inspired tea made by The Republic of Tea. They
Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all my readers! I decided to try something new to celebrate the holiday. The other day I was wandering through World Market looking at all of their new seasonal goods and came across a book called Macarons by Annie Rig. Turning just a few of the