I can’t recommend this enough! It’s super easy and delicious. All you need is 30 minutes and a gallon of milk. It’s really that easy. The kit comes complete with the ...
It’s New England and it’s a beautiful 14 degrees Fahrenheit in Central Massachusetts. People are wishing it wasn’t Tuesday and that they could curl up under a blanket with a good book and some hot beverage to sip on. Okay that is what I wish I was doing and not sitting in front of my computer […]
I have a library card! Okay, that might not sound like an amazing thing, but it actually is. I’m the type of person that likes to own things. I like knowing the book is mine, that it lives in my collection and is treated with the utmost respect. This mind set has changed since meeting […]
It’s early Sunday morning on December 2nd and I’m up with the kids. They’re chomping at the bit to decorate our tree, but we’re (actually I am) letting Mad Dog sleep in. For me – all I can think about is breakfast. Yes I know I could go into my kitchen and cook, but honestly […]
I love cookbooks and find that they can be the perfect gift for people at the holidays (or anytime for that matter). For me a good cookbook sparks fresh ideas and gives you flavor profiles you might not have thought of and BAM! – you’re off making your very own creation. The Farmstand Favorites Cookbook: […]
It’s Small Business Saturday. Are you hitting your favorite downtown shops for a little holiday cheer and local lovin’? I hope you are. With it being Saturday I was thinking about gift ideas to post and it was the thought of Saturday that made me think of a great gift. Weekend brunch is a perfect […]
Another year has almost come and gone! Can’t you believe it? Yesterday was Thanksgiving and with all the craziness I found myself on Black Friday without a Holiday Gift Giving Guide for 2012. This got me thinking that I could still help with some great ideas for those hard to buy for Foodies, Locavores and Gardners! […]
As mentioned in my recent post My Brown Bag Boy I mentioned that Mad Dog made Naan to go along with Lex’s first day of school lunch. Naan is a leavened oven baked flatbread. I was first introduced to Naan when I ate at an Indian restaurant in Boston with friends. Though the Naan Mad Dog made for Lex’s lunches […]