Monthly Archives: January 2012


Mid-fifties today. The snow’s melting into yards and flowing down gutters. It feels like spring, though we’re still in the middle of winter. But is it too early to dream of camping? The Oregon Coast from Kinfolk on Vimeo. Advertisements

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Tiger in a Jar has done it again. I love them, I love Kinfolk, and I love food, to include pesto. Enjoy. Classic Pesto from Kinfolk on Vimeo.

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idyllic winter

Today’s a day for hot chocolate, fire, cats, blankets, books, good music, knitting, and not having to go anywhere. Completely unrelated: I’ve always thought the right side of my house needs something a little more. Another window? A pine tree? … Continue reading

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to simplify

I recently stumbled on a cheater’s method of block printing that captured my imagination. It’s so simple and lovely; I thought I’d share.

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I wanted waffles. I didn’t have any milk. No buttermilk. No evaporated milk. So I used Bailey’s…I’m sure the alcohol cooked out, so it’s not really like drinking for breakfast. I used this recipe from Serious Eats, only I halved … Continue reading

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