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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Laura and Dustin live on a beautiful acreage just south of town and (lucky me!) have graciously offered some of their garden space for my use. In return for being able to plant in their earthy patch I am responsible … Continue reading
I love it! I drink it every day and you’ve probably noticed that I write about it fairly often as well. Here is a video that shows you how I concoct my cuppa chai complete with a baby background drum … Continue reading
I always worry that my munchkins aren’t eating enough healthy food. My solution to this nagging distress is the morning smoothie. We’ve been doing “shakes” since my oldest child was co-ordinated enough to sip through a straw and it is … Continue reading
So gardening season started today and boy, my hands are feelin’ it. I didn’t know that your entire palm could come so close to blisters. I really need some new gardening gloves. At least the mice in the garden shed … Continue reading
Welcome to the first Turning Ground give-away! You can win a fabulous package, courtesy of Heritage Harvest Seeds, full of interesting, rare and fantastic vegetable seeds. Just in time for spring planting. To enter, simply write a comment at the … Continue reading
Goldy, Hermione and Jai arrived with a bunch of Swiss chard in tow. I was all ready to offer spring spinach on ‘doodles’ but once I caught sight of that beautiful bunch of earthy, vibrant chard I just couldn’t resist. … Continue reading
It’s lunch time and toddlers are fussy! Quick! What do I make? Open a can of tuna and squeeze out the juice sprinkle a dash of salt pour in some frozen peas mix in 1/4 leftover cooked brown rice pull … Continue reading
Hello there! It has been four months since I started writing Turning Ground. It has grown from a tiny idea- one tiny, scary idea; could I really surrender what I write to the unknown abyss that is the internet? And … Continue reading
The nice thing about spring is that there is plenty of fresh spinach…well, there is at the store at least. My little garden spinach still has a ways to go before it’s ready to eat. Whether it comes from the … Continue reading