Guess What : We ADDED another Wreath Workshop November 30. Goodness we love creating community events because you’re as excited as we are!❤️ 🌲 ....
Message me or comment for the direct link to purchase your ticket and goodness GET ON my email list because my email friends get first dibs on all upcoming events, new items in the shop, plus lots of yummy recipes and tradtions from my kitchen.
I’m so happy I get to work with my dear friend Carolyn of @willowandmabelgardenco - the two of us are always dreaming up new ways to create beautiful community together! #wreathmaking#wreathworkshop#westy#pnwlife#holidays
To all the people who give up before the magic happens.
Those who quit on themselves when life gets in the way.
To the people who dont ever start because it feels too daunting.
I'm in your corner. And I've walked this road.
You might stumble, you might trip.
You might even fall flat on your face.
But if you JUST. KEEP. GOING.
Its worth it.
Savoring the last moments of rooftop season. Last weekend we celebrated the launch of our friend @kimjuliehansen’s new book @veganreset, and gathered to support @chilisonwheels, an organization working to make vegan meals accessible to all communities. Congrats @kimjuliehansen on a beautiful first book! 📚Thank you @stumptowncoffee, @eatbarukas, @revivekombucha, @rebbl, @oatly, and @drinkpurebrazilian for bringing the goods. 💚 Photo no. 1 📸: @veganreset
Last week the team went to Cucugnan, close to Perpignan in France, where an historical Mill watches over a small town of 160 inhabitants.
Abandoned for 200 years, the mill was completely refurbished by Roland and Valérie Feuillas, who came to Cucugnan to produce their own bread made from heritage wheat, and cultivated in permaculture.
Today the mill is a powerful symbol of the revolution made by the Feuillas family - producing the most nutritious bread while remaining connected to its soil and place in nature. Stay tuned for more to come on this amazing journey. #nationalbakingweek
Garden Garden Garden is equal to Location Location Location! We had a busy open house, lots of showings, and 4 offers by Monday. The market may be slowing down, but a move in ready house in Beaverton, with a big yard, chicken coop, garage, family room, and new windows will go fast if you price it right! Amazing photos and 3D tour by @peterchee helped a lot too 😃
Got a couple butternut squash, one giant pumpkin and the second round of delicata and sweet pumpkins. Will be planting a larger variety of winter squash next year now that I have the space. The green ones were picked because the vines had died.#homesteading#urbanfarm#burien#seattle#pnw#wintersquash
There is a place in Brooklyn where children can run around barefoot, where produce is grown and people can temporarily escape the stress of the urban environment without leaving their neighborhood. ———————————————————————
A place that I have enjoyed the last 4 years and I am incredibly thankful to it’s founders and team for bringing to us such a beautiful project, they exist to provide a green space for the community. 👨🏻🌾👩🏻🌾
If you never visited them you are still on time before they close for the season. —————————————
JOIN ME at @northbrooklynfarms this October 28th 12pm-7pm for a celebration of life, while marigolds and brain celosias bloom around us.
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#Pollen -Mittwoch: Heute dreht sich alles um die Verarbeitung der trockenen Blüten und Schnittreste, die ihr hoffentlich nicht weggeworfen habt. Hierzu bieten wir euch 2 Produkte an: Mit dem Shake'n'joy von GIB Industries lässt sich schnell & ohne viel Aufwand eine kleinere Menge Blüten oder Schnittreste verarbeiten. Dazu müsst ihr das Pflanzenmaterial in den Shaker füllen und ihn für ca. 30 Minuten in den Gefrierschrank stellen. Danach könnt ihr die Pollen durch kräftiges Schütteln trennen. Diese werden im unteren Teil des Shakers aufgefangen. Das ganze Prinzip funktioniert, da die Harzdrüsen durch die niedrige Temperatur erstarren und dadurch siebbar werden. Beim Maxtractor arbeitet man mit kaltem Wasser und Eiswürfeln (Arbeitstemperatur ca. 4°C). Das Pflanzenmaterial zusammen mit den Eiswürfeln in einem Eimer mit eiskalten Wasser 15 Minuten mit einem Mixer rühren, danach mindestens 15 Minuten ruhen lassen. Während der Ruhephase erfolgt die eigentliche Extraktion. Dieser Vorgang kann mehrmals wiederholt werden. In einem anderen Eimer parallel die Siebe befestigen und die Mischung in den ersten (groben) Sieb kippen. Die Pollen sinken nun durch die Siebe und setzten sich ab. So erhält man unterschiedliche Siebungen die nur noch ausgedrückt und getrocknet werden müssen. Hier hat man in den unterschiedlich großen Sieben verschiedene Qualitätsstufen an Pollen, welche jetzt nach belieben noch gepresst werden können. Dieser Verarbeitungsschritt lohnt sich und alle Feinschmecker werden begeistert sein 💚 Nur noch bis Freitag 20% auf alle diesen tollen Produkte! Keep on growing🌱
🔸Crisp autumn air ✔️
🔸Leaves showing off their colors ✔️
🔸Girls dusting off the Uggs ✔️
🔸Sweater weather ✔️
🔸Pumpkin spice everything ✔️
Well, I suppose I'm getting into the autumnal spirit with this last homemade dessert. A pumpkin tart spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and whiskey (🤫).. decorated with homegrown peache jam for extra sweetness, candied pepitas (pumpkin seeds) and some pastry leaves because why not (I had excess pastry). How are you guys using up your pumpkins in sweet preparations?
Once we had the floor plan laid out we started framing and in one day we had a shell! By building our own interior shell inside the garage we are able to structurally support interior components and include an increased R Rating of 15!
In cities like NYC, I love to look for contrasts. Every place has another side, even the always busy big apple. This was taken from the urban farm 🌳 in Battery Park. So yes, you can grow potatoes 20meters from the biggest buildings. 🥔
Dans une ville comme New-York, j’adore chercher le contraste, l’inattendu. On imagine les buildings, l’agitation permanente, mais on trouve aussi des lieux de paix, comme la ferme urbaine de Battery Park. Eh oui, on fait pousser des patates à quelques mètres d’immenses buildings!
🎉 We are happy to announce our new partnership with @dananddebbiescreamery in Ely! You can now grab a Superfood or Bold & Spicy Mix while picking up the best milk, butter & cheese curds in the area!
& HEY, don’t forget to #eatyourgreens ! 🌱
Yesterday's #takeovertuesday with Nicole of @rootedgarden.
Her mission is to bring back the kitchen garden (a mission I certainly agree with). The Instagram gardening community is full of wonderful people and great ideas. Lots of knowledge and support being shared. It's a good thing!
🌵The kale trees are gone, little brassicas and greens are maturing in their place, and I'm over here looking at this damn cactus like 🧐👀🤔... It is supposed to be a fruiting Peruvian Apple Cactus ~ a cousin to the dragonfruit. But as time goes by and the thing nears the roof line, we are getting not only impatient for flowers and fruit, but suspicious it may have been mislabeled at the nursery. Here's to hoping it wasn't! 🤞🏼 We are feeding everyone in the beds some aerated worm compost tea this weekend, and the two "Peruvians" will get their share as well. We keep them well-fed to encourage flowering and fruit, but... 🤷🏼♀️
Slower cooker chicken in wine sauce. ❤ Another #cleaneating recipe created by a chef & personal trainer to hit all the marks for both flavor and health & fitness goals. 😍 Winner winner chicken dinner.
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Harvesting carrots while also hooking up some gals with our newest program with our KINDEST personal trainer.
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