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- my guide to crazy, new-age, minimalist parenting for a newborn.
- not bread sticks
- mom's cheese pie.
- Spelt Pizza with Potato, Spinach & Goat Cheese.
- now posting on barbarasmithwilke.com
- welcoming autumn. and a spinach & cheese pie.
- homemade donuts - something sweet
- shrove tuesday - pancake day
- maggie's peanut butter cookies
- delicious. oxymorons. (sugar-free sugar cookies)
Category Archives: england
Maggie has been having fun today dressing up as Princess Elizabeth I. We were out doing some warm weather shopping, and stopped into a TJMaxx to use a gift card. I was planning on getting a sweater, but we ended … Continue reading
forgive the pun. since today’s the epiphany, I guess christmas is officially over. we made it through the holidays quite well. with lots of time with friends and family, in from out of town and overseas, we had a blast. … Continue reading
well, come 11am tomorrow we’re outta here. that is, if the estate agents have collect the keys on time. they don’t have the best track record in the organizational department. I’m still in shock that a whole year has passed … Continue reading
Just noticed the new series Land Girls on the BBC iplayer. Looks pretty good. From wikipedia: The Women’s Land Army (WLA) was a British and American civilian organization created during the First and Second World Wars to work in agriculture … Continue reading
I have a lot of photos to post from all the fun travel of the last few weeks. Why not start with a post about bubbles? Bubbles and summer… like peas and carrots. But more fun. Definitely. Maggie figured out … Continue reading
2 hours south of london, through the ancient woods of the new forest, ponies on the road, grass-fed cattle (80% of cows in england are!), car sickness healed by a fry-up from little chef & a story about snow white, … Continue reading
Maggie and I are headed to the seaside… Will be back next week with a recipe for chocolate hazelnut cake. YUM!
I recently finished reading the book London, by Edward Rutherford. This is an epic story of a group of English families in London, spanning the last 2,000 years. It starts with the Celts, then Romans, Saxons, Normans, Huguenots, Welsh, Flemish–all of … Continue reading