It always amazes me what a difference 1 week in Minnesota can make! Last week, I was overheating in my light 3/4 sleeve shirt and jeans. While this week, my 3 layers, scarf, and head band were not enough to keep me warm. We continued to plant the garlic,
Here is the Travel Mug visiting some distant relatives. Make your guesses in the comments section. I will keep adding hints for a few days. Hint #1: the Mug kept referring to them as FarMor and MorMor. I stand corrected, the TM would have been calling
That's Portuguese for: The Travel Mug says, "Hello from São Paulo!" (if you want to hear how it sounds check out this site and click the "listen" button on the right) That’s right, the Travel Mug has made its way to the “Saint Paul” of the Southern
Well, it seems Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow. He is predicting an early Spring. 6 more weeks... I am very skeptical Phil. We have a little more than 6 weeks to go. In honor of our extra long winters here, we are introducing our newest glaze.
What About Lead in Pottery? On a Barnes and Noble discussion today with Paula Wolfert about her new book "Mediterranean Clay Pot Cooking", Judith asked: Question: I understand that lead in ceramic pots is cause for concern, but why was/is lead used in
Today we had a fascinating visit. Dennis Berquist of the local Ridgewater College brings groups in from various countries to study, in this case, various dairy practices among Minnesota farmers. The ladies came from Egypt (Upper Nile) since the