Here are some great outdoor, summer and garden-inspired cards by Rifle Paper Co.
1. Botanical chart card. // 2. Animal chart card. // 3. Vegetable garden card. // 4. Herbs card. // 5. Assorted insect card set. // 6. Assorted fruit card set. // 7. Garden tools card. // 8. Garden Wellies card.0 Comments
This hearty pancetta and kale baked eggs is a simple, yet delicious breakfast, perfect for a romantic weekend at home.
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I love these well-made, beautiful outdoorsy goods from Danner!
2. Mountain Light II – Men’s/Women’s hiking boots.
5. Mountain Trail – Men’s hiking boots.0 Comments
Farro salad (makes 3 full bowls):
1 cup farro
3 cups water
1/2 – 1 cucumber
1 bundle parsley
1/4 cup chopped onion or shallot
1/2 cube vegetable bouillon cube
Fresh lemon juice (to preserve the avocado color)
Salt and pepper
In a medium saucepan, combine 2 1/2 cups of water with the farro and half of a vegetable bouillon cube. Bring to a boil over high heat. Cover and simmer over medium heat until the farro is almost tender, about 15-20 more minutes. Drain well and transfer to a large bowl and let cool.
Prepare your vegetables. I used tomatoes, cucumber, avocado, parsley and part of a shallot, but you can really add in any vegetable, cheese or nut that you want or need to use. If you are using avocado, be sure to drizzle fresh squeezed lemon juice over the top to preserve the color! Once everything is chopped, combine all the vegetables and farro in a mixing bowl. At this point you can add balsamic vinegar, olive oil or any typical salad dressing. I prefer to eat it plain with a dash of salt and pepper.
“Treat yo self” with these fun prints found on Society 6! These images can also be printed on phone covers, pillow cases, shirts, sweatshirts, cards and more!
1. “A sailor’s life for me” print.
2. “Que sera sera” print.
3. “I don’t miss you” print.
4.“One eyed Pete” print.
5. The sailing walrus print.
6. “Treat yo self” print.0 Comments
Food is art in these Pollock inspired food photographs by Kyle Dreier. Summer is right around the corner and I am ready for a BBQ and a sundae party!
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We love bagels, and to switch things up a bit from our plain cream cheese routine I decided to add some strawberries! To make this strawberry cream cheese all you need is a block of cream cheese, about 8 strawberries and 1.5 tablespoons of sugar (or more if you like it sweeter).
To begin, blend six strawberries and 1.5 tablespoons of sugar in a blender (I used a magic bullet). Then mix this with your cream cheese (chopped up a bit) with a wooden spoon in a bowl (note that it takes a bit of arm strength). Then, chop up the remaining 2 strawberries and add them to the cream cheese for the strawberry chunks. Once everything is mixed together, taste test the sweetness level to see if you would prefer more sugar. If so, add a bit more in and mix it all together again.
Enjoy this delicious spring treat on a fresh and toasted bagel!0 Comments
My mom’s birthday is today and there is nothing she loves more than her family, especially when they are cute, furry and cuddly babes. A few weekends ago she had a full house of pets. Foxy and Twiggy the cats and Snoop the teacup chihuahua were all there to snuggle and spend the night with her for a fun beach vacation!
Happy Birthday to my loving and caring momma!
Cotton and Flax is a line of natural home goods which are entirely handmade and built to last. Featuring bold patterns and sophisticated colors, each item is carefully crafted by Erin Dollar, the designer of Cotton and Flax, in California.
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