I didn’t grow up with many traditions. Since I knew I’d marry my husband the night I met him (true story), I think I was instantly wishful for things that were “ours.” Things we could do or celebrate annually or on some certain schedule so that we could say we’ve always done them. Well, some
We have a menu. Had a big, long grocery list (but purchased a big cart full of stuff today). We’re stocked up on to-go containers. I’m starting to feel ready. So, without further ado, here is our (sort of general so I don’t give away all the secrets) Thanksgiving menu for this year: CSA curry
You guys, I’ve been cooking. Like, a lot. Which is half way to cooking AND taking beautiful photos. So there. We were loaded up on tomatillos from our crop share and I wanted to make something besides salsa. The Internets brought me to a this recipe – Pork and Tomatillo Stew – from Food &
We invited everyone we knew. Didn’t ask for an RSVP. And guestimated on the food. But, with all of me I can tell you this: It’s exactly the way I wanted it. We held a “We’re Hitched” party, which was quickly renamed #pottsparty, on Saturday afternoon. We invited everyone we knew to a place meaningful
As we think about the next stage of our lives – buying a house – I do sometimes get a little weepy about saying goodbye to my way-too-tiny kitchen and entertaining area. By “entertaining area,” I mean there are three feet of space you can hang out in without being in our living room. Our
A fall breakfast at our crop share farm.
This week, the wedding coordinator from our resort sent over our initial menu lists and options. I think we’re pretty much “allowed” to switch things up however we like, as there are several restaurants at our resort where food can be prepared and altered. However, they try to provide some off-the-menu options since you are,