New project this spring that is up and running–an elevated vegetable garden table planter! After a good amount of research, I found this awesome mom-and-pop company in Cali, called Mini Farm Box, that makes all kinds of planters using cedar. It was exactly what I was looking for…perfectly sized for urban homes where you have… Read more »
…a rustic vision of French lavender sitting pretty on my windowsill. i <3 farmers markets.
I’ve never been such a sucker for sales as I seem to be this holiday season. I hope it’s not because I’m somehow consuming more in general. That would suck. But a better story would be that I’m just being more efficiently targeted than ever by the brands and companies that I actually sign up… Read more »
Oh my god, this first drink tastes like a**. HA. As in… extremely dangerously healthy. I’m kidding, I think some people would actually really like it (health nut-oids). The ingredients are organic romaine, kale, spinach, celery, cucumber, parsley, apple and lemon. As noted in her post last night, Em and Sven started Day 1 yesterday…. Read more »
With jerk chicken and curried goat heavy on the brain, we decided to bite the bullet before our Thanksgiving trip to Jamaica and do a 3-day juice cleanse. After researching a few top contenders, we picked BluePrint Cleanse: their juice is 100% raw, organic, and unprocessed. The shop emphasizes nutrition over deprivation and is environmentally… Read more »
As avid seekers of yummy eats, we’ve started cataloguing our food posts into a little series called Food Finds. These posts include casual reviews of the unsung culinary gems we encounter on the road–or even right here at home in DC and NY Last night, I went on a rare Tuesday evening dinner date with… Read more »
A couple of weeks ago, we successfully tested out a superfood snack that you can make at home and consume guiltlessly: Dried kale chips! And unlike the pre-packaged kale chips you’ll find in the store, these won’t leave a gaping hole in your wallet: At $2.50-$3.99 for a bag or head of kale, it’s a… Read more »