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What to Do With Stinging Nettles

I may receive a commission if you purchase something mentioned in this post. More details here. The appearance of stinging nettles in my neighborhood is exciting, because it marks the beginning of the foraging season! Last year, spring came in so late that we were desperate enough to go collect nettles that had just barely […]

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Foraging

10 Ways to Get Yourself Out of a Funk

I may receive a commission if you purchase something mentioned in this post. More details here. We all have our rough times, when we feel stuck, depressed or just discouraged. I am prone to this, particularly towards the end of winter, or when I have overextended myself socially. Sometimes, it’s a creative paralysis– I don’t […]

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Mental Health

Making Cauliflower Rice: 3 Different Ways

I may receive a commission if you purchase something mentioned in this post. More details here. If you have been reading my food posts at all,  you know by now that I love cauliflower rice. It’s such a perfect and versatile side for so many dishes, and it takes so little time to get it […]

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Sides

What We Made to Eat & Drink in 2013

I may receive a commission if you purchase something mentioned in this post. More details here. Well, we sure did a lot of eating and drinking in 2013! I thought it would be fun to make a list of all the food and beverage posts from the year. Clearly, I need to write more about […]

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Recipes

Yes, You Can: Make Your Own Pastrami!

I may receive a commission if you purchase something mentioned in this post. More details here. One of life’s little luxuries is being able to spend a cold afternoon at home with your family, playing games and eating your own home-cured pastrami, good cheese and other little nibbles. This is what we enjoyed doing for […]

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Recipes

Winter Project: A DIY Wreath from Foraged Materials

Today I have a really fun and beautiful project for you: A DIY wreath made with foraged materials. On Saturday, we took a family walk as usual, and I brought clippers for cutting wreath-making supplies. Everything in this wreath was foraged, and there are so many possibilities for how you can design yours, based on what you find around you.

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Foraging

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