Turing waste into Treasure

So for the last 3 years my friend Julie and I have a share in our local CSA. We both have felt that it is an amazing addition to our own gardens. Years ago either as a suggestion from them (or maybe elsewhere online) I read that you should save all your vegetable scraps inContinue reading “Turing waste into Treasure”

The Hunt Family Library

Today I wanted to share one of the best things about my new house is our library. I know don’t we sound Bougie. Well our house is a standard 1990’s colonial with the front dinning room and living room. Well we have a great big family room in the back of the house so theContinue reading “The Hunt Family Library”

Mushroom Shepards Pie from Collar City Mushrooms

One of the great joys in life is seeing people you care about (friends, family, students) find their passion and run wild with it. In my life I have had the joy to see my godfather live out his dream of opening a tea shop, my students become famous musicians, hairdressers, and news anchors. ThereContinue reading “Mushroom Shepards Pie from Collar City Mushrooms”

Cans, Bands, and Fruit….Oh My

So for some odd reason…maybe its my not so secret desire to be a 1950’s housewife I have always wanted to make my own jams, jellies, and preserve fruit. I remember my grandparents basement being filled with jars of god knows what from who the hell knows how long ago on shelves in the basementContinue reading “Cans, Bands, and Fruit….Oh My”

Spring Time Garden Update

So its been a bit since I have posted….well that is simply the life of a teacher at the end of the year. Add to that two kiddos graduating from middle school and elementary school and an active softball season and you have crazy parent life….one I wouldn’t change for anything. So we have beenContinue reading “Spring Time Garden Update”