Meg Makes (February 2011)
I tend to have a short home-decorating attention span.
I'll think of some great idea, and then another, and soon I don't know what to do with them all.
Here's a press release from Frieda's Specialty Produce about kumquats, citrus designed to be eaten whole. Don't forget, local Schnucks stores will feature Frieda's Produce University Saturday, which will include free samples and recipes.
Last week, Erin Lippitz, my incredible baking coworker, mentioned that she wanted to try cookie dough truffles. She'd been planning on making chocolate cake pops for my birthday last Friday, but I quickly changed my request
Our enclosed porch is a joy three seasons of the year. It's south-facing and had lots of storm windows. If it's not too hot, we'll leave the door open and let the cat wander in and out (it's the closest she gets to unsupervised time outside).
During the past couple of months, Rob and I have had way too much going on to think about any home-improvement projects.
Two of the things I've always loved about Rob is that he understands my love for old houses and has many handy skills useful for maintenance. (In fact, he fixed the toilet in my first post-college apartment on our first date. What a guy!) He also loves to browse through antique shops.
Here's another release from Frieda's Specialty Produce, this one about blood oranges.
Just a reminder, Frieda's will host a Produce University session about specialty citrus fruits from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Feb. 26 at local Schnucks stores. It's a free event, and you'll get free samples and recipes, as well.