Serious deep cleaning happens in April, so biscotti seems a good reward. I imagine the urge to clean comes from my grandmother who deep cleaned every spring, probably like her grandmother before her. Cleaning Feels Good. I have not sold out as a progressive woman if I actually enjoy sorting through drawers and closets, dusting cobwebs from the ceiling, and […]Read more ›
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Whole wheat flour, honey, nuts and seeds generally find their way into our hearty breads. All those seeds remind me of the Good Seed bread of Dave’s Killer Bread, which is a great choice if you can’t make your own, and/or don’t have a good local bakery down the street. Dave’s story is worth reading by the way, which you can […]Read more ›
Sarah, my daughter and the author of The Sweet Life, along with my good friend Ada Miller, inspired me to start making granola again. It had been Too Long. I love making it, and eating it–so instead of eating all I make, I’ll be adding granola to the shelves of the Fern Creek Market this season! This recipe has become […]Read more ›
Honey harvest takes all day. We start early, donning our white suits when the day is still cool, and finish cleaning up shortly before dinner. Our annual tradition for three years now is to have biscuits for dinner, an excuse for eating honey just hours out of the hive, still warm and smelling of bees. I appreciate what these […]Read more ›