Tag Archives: Salted and Styled

the pear facts

November 24, 2014

Artwork by katherine sandoz Washington did not chop down his daddy’s cherry tree. At Ferry Farm, in Virginia, while there were as many as seven children being raised, pears didn’t […]

Love and Tea Olives

November 1, 2014

Artwork and Words by katherine sandoz He looked more frog than man, but he grew up in a house whose name ended with Hall so his audience was great. He had […]

A Flower as Flour

June 21, 2014

Photography by Ashley Woodson Bailey     Be one of the lucky 20 and take a flower class with Ashley. Join Ashley Woodson Bailey for a morning of flowers and […]

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 […]

Sweet Cinnamon Sugar

February 12, 2014

Words, Design and Photography by Ashley Bailey When I talk about cinnamon, it always includes sugar. I am not sure I fully understood that cinnamon sugar wasn’t actually cinnamon until […]

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 […]

Inspired by Cinnamon

February 3, 2014

Photography by Chia Chong Styling by Libbie Summers Food Stylist’s Assistant: Candace Brower Sugar, cinnamon spice and everything nice….  In honor of St. Valentine’s Day, we are professing our love for […]

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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