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tis the season

November 22, 2016


tis the season to be thankful. and of course, when it rolls around, i, like many people, wonder why we seem to reserve this for specific times of year. probably because it gets cold and we start to realize that when we were warm, we weren’t grateful for the heat, and when we’re cold, we […]

My Death Cafe

December 28, 2014


I’m still alive. Maybe barely. But I am. I have been spending half of my nights at work (as in spending the night doing overnight respite work) and only half at home, except I’m still working the regular (and by regular I mean only sometimes regular) 40 hour work week. I’ve been working a lot. […]

Ren Fest 2014

March 9, 2014


Bagel, like it rhymes with waggle

February 16, 2014


This post is last since it was supposed to be a part of pin-along Saturdays with Tricia over at Farmish Momma, but I’ve never been good with deadlines, so I’m not sweating it now. I found a recipe for homemade bagels in this list of awesome looking breakfast foods over at A Beautiful Mess via […]

Burdock Root Troubleshooting

January 4, 2014


Does anyone have luck with burdock root? We got some to grow once, and we sauteed it in sesame oil with some other oriental-esque foods and it was one of the best things ever, but for whatever reason, we’ve had very poor luck getting any of our remaining burdock seeds (from several places and several […]


December 27, 2013


We’re all in the middle still of a muck of happy and sad and confused and thrilled. I got a salaried job, completed the longest job training of my life, spent not even a month in the office, and gave my 2 week notice in order to return to the job I was trying to […]

Featured Food at Farm to Fork

November 6, 2012


If you’re in Tampa, you’ve probably at least heard of Ella’s. They are like the alter ego of the famed Refinery which is on our side of the highway and are sister’s in their innovative and scrumptious noms. Hooray for us! I’m debating whether I should show up for the faux farmer’s market and meet […]