Last Fall, I wrote about this delicious minestrone soup for Eugene Magazine. The soup is packed full of flavor and fresh veggies, and even though it is warm and comforting, it is light enough for summer weather too. And it
My kids have been delighted to wake up to snow several mornings this week. Living in Western Oregon, snowfall—especially the kind that sticks—is a rare occurrence. We don’t usually get more than a few days of snow each winter, and
I’ve finally done it. I’ve started watching the Great British Baking Show, and I love it. My mom has been telling me for years how darling it is, and I’ve finally carved out a specific time to watch it (while
My husband’s favorite dessert of all time is something his family calls Pumpkin Dump. I don’t think any dessert should have the word “dump” in it, certainly not a delicious dessert, so I’ve tried to change the name numerous times.
I consider anything after Labor Day to be firmly planted in Fall, which means we are now entering the very last week of Summer. This summer has been a particularly good one. I have found that I can’t mother well
I know that today is the first day of Fall, but I had to hurry and post this recipe for Fried Peach Pies because it is so delicious! And I know we still have a few summer peaches hanging around,
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