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This lacto-fermented carrot recipe is a yearly go-to in our kitchen. It can be whipped up in very little time and is a family favorite with the adults and kids in the Fagan house. The carrots stay crispy, can be … Continue reading
Our rhubarb crop is thriving right now, and I have been in the kitchen testing out some new recipes that showcase this first-of-the-season gem. I recently fell down the sourdough rabbit hole and have been in love with all things … Continue reading
During this time of uncertainty, I have found myself falling back upon activities and projects that brought me happiness in the past. One particular task that seems to always give me a sense of peace is soap-making. There is something … Continue reading
As those struggling with mental health issues know, as much as we wish these matters would simply disappear, they do not dissolve into nothingness like we hope. Each day can bring with it a new challenge to face and overcome. … Continue reading
(Written in 2019) I heard my phone vibrate as it sat, nestled in my cup holder beside my coffee mug. I pulled into my driveway, shifted the car into park and then picked up my phone to find a tiny … Continue reading
At this moment, I am… ~awakening this space that lay dormant for 22 months. ~blending a fresh batch of handmade lotion. ~preparing for one last week of homeschool lessons before taking a much-needed spring break. ~creating my list of seeds … Continue reading
Handwritten recipes upon note cards. In the world of recipe-ridden Pinterest, I fear this practice is falling (or has already been strewn) by the wayside. But the writing itself is so very powerful, isn’t it? When I read a recipe written … Continue reading
Despite the grey, drab day, my girls and I were teeming with excitement last Wednesday as we slowly drove down Rockton Road, where the path before us turned from asphalt to crunchy limestone gravel beneath our tires. We knew we … Continue reading
My girls and I have really been trying to adjust our eating habits throughout the school day. Instead of snacking on crackers, pretzels and tortilla chips, we are trying to move our snacking to the non-processed variety. This … Continue reading