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Follow your passions, people! I’ve not seen this technique before, the skull looks amazing.
Police order gardener to cut ‘offensive’ middle finger-shaped bush (Hat tip: Scissorhead kctomato via Twitter)
Limoncello A picture I found on the web, really I don’t wear black nail polish… I think that as far as well-kept secrets go, that I love a good snort is probably the worst-kept secret of all. I think close … Continue reading
When GRS and I were talking about starting the Speak-Easy feature, this simple French country-side sip came to mind. I made it one year for some coworkers as Christmas presents, and well, let’s just say it was a mystery why … Continue reading
Welcome to the MPS Speakeasy! Just in time for the holidays, MPS is offering a bevy of beverage recipes to help celebrate the season. This first installment is brought to you by the letter Beer! Don’t be scared. Making your … Continue reading
Tom Scott Why didn’t I think of this first? You’d think with all the complaining and moaning I do about pundits I would have been all over this years ago. I’m so ashamed. Anyway, lots more here.
This month in the Tigresses’ Canning Challenge, the secret ingredient is rhubarb (or asparagus); I made things from both ingredients before I left on the trip, and brought the pickled asparagus spears with me in the hamper on the train, … Continue reading
True Story: I had something else to post when we had a little earthquake, and my magazines, which were precariously stacked on the edge of the table near my favorite chair, fell over. Because my design philosophy is that design … Continue reading
My sister, Whole Wheat, and I go to the SF Garden Show every year, it is part of our birthday tradition. I wonder around like the garden geek that I am, and we take copious notes and pictures. Somewhere along … Continue reading