It has been almost 6 months since I’ve posted here formally- and what a six months it has been! We bought a new home and quickly sold ours after we closed on our new home. Y I K E S.
Get ready for a big one- I feel like I have a lot to share/explain before I get back into the swing of things.
Welcome to CORONA-GEDDON 2020.
I’m sorry, I know we are all full of jokes now but this thing is a serious matter. If you can stay home just stay home. I am currently working from home and I am so happy to finally have a separate office from Brett in our new home (more on that soon!!). I am, of course, always stocked to the brim in my pantry and looking forward to some recipe testing and writing this weekend.
End of tomato season usually means an overabundance of tomatoes in my house. Morning, noon, and night we have to incorporate them somehow! We definitely let the garden slack this year but we still have beautiful tomatoes coming out of the overgrown mess. Continue reading
Labor day may have come and gone, but I am still here holding onto the last bits of summer. Or rather holding on to my last glass of cold rosé (and you can pry it from my cold dead hands’, Brett). Continue reading
Summer is so super busy for us this year. We have a lot going on. Even to the point where we barely have time to sit down for meal all together let alone even be home for dinner. I feel like nomads in our house. The garden is going well but honestly, hasn’t been as good as it could be (update soon!). We’ve been traveling and working on other projects that it’s been overtaken by some pests. Nothing too bad, we are still getting more than enough produce we want, just maybe not as visually pleasing.
Anyways, one of my favorite things to throw together on a busy summer night are these salmon foil packs. They take minutes to put together and require essentially no cooking skills or time. Just throw them in the oven or on the grill and –blam- done.
THE TIME HAS COME- Garden 2019 is well underway. We’ve had so much rain in the few weeks since I took these photographs the garden looks totally different now. This post will be filled with what we’ve been up to this Spring! We’re always trying new things and testing out different things. We never, ever, claim to be professional gardeners- just hobbyist. Continue reading
Happy Spring!! I swear it felt like it would never get here. My birthday is the beginning of May and it’s always hit or miss for the weather. Some years it can mean I finally bust out my dresses and sandals and this year…I broke out my heavy winter sweaters! Yikes!