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The Queen and King of Flour

June 16, 2014

In exploring all things flour, katherine sandoz teams up with an art historian and a sequential artist.  We’re not surprised to be served a flowery dose of King Arthur and […]

Forever Honeysuckle

May 31, 2014

Words and Photography by Ashley Woodson Bailey Galveston, Texas.  1977.  I see and smell honeysuckle vine for the first time and wonder if I can eat it.  To my delight, […]

honeysuckle: the birds and the bees

May 18, 2014

Words and Artwork by katherine sandoz Under the cloak of night, honeysuckle performs aromatic acrobatics to attract nocturnals.   Moths and bats, not bees, taxi in to pollinate the plant. […]

Special Mother’s Day Gift Ideas: #1 Original Artwork

May 5, 2014

Mother’s Day Gift Idea #1: Original Artwork We are currently obsessed with the framed mini floral pieces by katherine sandoz. What bouquet could be more perfect for mom?  Peony Mini […]

Supernatural Seaweed

April 14, 2014

Words and artwork by katherine sandoz Colonies of seaweed populate all the world’s oceans, but it is an algae, not a weed.   Classified as brown, red and green, find […]

Coconut Uses

March 1, 2014

Words and Artwork by katherine sandoz If you don’t like to eat coconut or coconutty treats, alternate useful and plentiful applications abound.  Below find several life affirming and lengthening activities […]

The Cinnamon Trade

February 15, 2014

Words and Artwork by katherine sandoz Harvesting cinnamon, like love, is no easy feat.  So said the Arab traders who specialized in moving and marketing the aromatic throughout the Middle […]

Spicy Tic-Tac-Toe Board

February 4, 2014

Photography by Chia Chong Styling by Libbie Summers A game of tic-tac-toe…inspired by cinnamon and won by love. Make your own spiced up tic-tac-toe board by laying out a beautiful […]

A Week in Review: Daikon

February 1, 2014

Photography by Chia Chong Styling and recipe by Libbie Summers Artwork by katherine sandoz  Recipes by Brenda Anderson Recipe by Joshua Summers Model and Food Stylist Assistant: Candace Brower  Here’s […]

Daikon: The Transformer

January 18, 2014

Words and Artwork by katherine sandoz We’re discussing daikon, or lo bok, at the dining room table.  “He’s a good guy, right?” asks Hambone. Four year olds know that no […]

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