In Denmark, they use the word hygge (pronounced “hoo-gah”) to describe a cosy and comfortable feeling. It's thought that the word originated from the root “hug,” or an embrace to comfort. The Danes use
There is something inexplicably fun about foraging for wild food. Finding herbs and edible greens in nature and free for the taking seems almost magical in a time when everything is packaged and sold.
Exciting news! The forecast says our winter holidays shall be dusted with a layer of magical snow! And while this means snow angels, snowball fights and hot cocoa, what does it mean for after
One of the best uses for perennials plantings is edibles. Perennials go dormant in the winter and return each spring. Many vegetables and herbs are perennial which means you can enjoy bigger and bigger
Water absorbs tastes from the pipes and conduits in the water system. Additives like chlorine can also affect the taste of this most basic of all ingredients. You wouldn't use flour or milk that
July is a good month to look at your home environment for opportunities to detox, go green, and get eco-friendly. Making do, making your own, and doing good are what it's all about. Plants