Category Archives: Feasting
This month my lovely, spunky daughter turned two. If you ask her how old she is, sometimes she’ll say “two” and sometimes she’ll say “too old.” This I find hysterical. When there are two whole candles on a cake, the … Continue reading
I have already said before that I love cake. I also love birthdays. And I really love baking. This, in my opinion, is a perfect combination. On my birthday I had the excuse (as if I ever really need one) … Continue reading
Welcome Spring. There are yellow wild flowers in my back yard that I just tied into a bundle and are now smiling in my kitchen. My herb garden has miraculously come back to life. And I stopped for a whole … Continue reading
It’s been awhile since we’ve talked about food art. Mostly I’ve been making in-edible things. While melted beeswax smells amazing when I’m making encaustic work, it is by no means delicious. These, however, are. French Macaroons. Voila! I’ll be honest, … Continue reading
We give thanks. It looks like this….. And this….. And this….. And this….. And this….. I am So. Very. Thankful.
The leaves are still golden and crunching underfoot here in this part of the country. It’s not too cold—sweater and boots weather. My favorite. So tonight, let’s make roasted cauliflower and sage risotto with toasted almonds. Yes. Let’s.
There is much to tell you. A lot is going on in this quiet apartment of mine, surrounded by trees. There is much to tell you about art. Art, and also sewing and reading and cooking and thinking. But first, … Continue reading
There has been so much going on here. Much talk of art and practice and theory. But there is more than just art happening in my neck of the woods. There is also cake. A friend of mine got me … Continue reading
I want to own goats. And chickens. Yes, really. I want to do this for several reasons. Because they are cute. Because they are relatively small. Because I genuinely believe that it is a good thing to connect to our … Continue reading
There are some days that are simply not complete without cake. These include: Birthdays, anniversaries, and high school break-up days. There are also days that may not require cake, but are exponentially bettered by it. These include: Mother’s day, Family … Continue reading