I look forward to my first farmer's market trip every year. I grab my market backpack, 20 $1 bills(farmers appreciate small bills), and I hop on my bike. I like to peruse at all the different stands, and then make my purchases. Radishes, green onion, and
Michele and Virginia have been very busy in the gardens out here this year. They look wonderful! We now have a beautiful picnic table area that sits in the perfect amount of shade. We have enjoyed our lunch out there a few times. We invite you to do
Rhubarb always reminds me of my great Grandma Mabel. When I turned 16, I would run her on her weekly errands. We would go to Ogles grocery store, which she still called the Piggly Wiggly, and in the summer we would drive out in the country to pick
This is my friend Jen and I "cheesing" for the camera after our cheese making class at the Arboretum. The bags are filled with the fresh, very spreadable, lemon cheese we created. I was very pleased with how delicious it tasted, and how extremely easy it
Check out the new Clay Coyote Flameware in our Made at the Coyote Shop Happy International Tagine Month! Yesterday was a day of firsts for me. My first fish tagine, my first time making a charmoula, and my first unsuccessful recipe from the Food of
In honor of our upcoming Tagine contest, we will be sharing our favorite Moroccan recipes all month long! Here is a look at how to start your own tagine inspired meal...
May is international tagine month. We are holding our 2nd annual tagine recipe contest. First prize will be decided by our panel of judges, and to the victor goes one of our new Flameware Dutch Ovens. Tagine month has inspired me to explore outside of my
Last weekend was our Spring Open House. The studio was full of visiting artists. We had our usual spread of tasty treats. Every open house we are asked about the meatballs. People always LOVE them, so we are sharing their easy recipe with you all. Every