Who knew that buying household staples like dishcloths could be so much fun and whimsical?! I discovered these
and couldn’t settle on just one. And not only are they really cute and decorative, they also work really well.
Sometimes less really is more when it comes to finding the right accessories for your home. This “frameless frame”
is perfect to put on a fireplace mantel, book shelf, desk, you name it, because it fits nicely just about anywhere. So classic and versatile…and also very good quality. It’s a great gift idea, too! I must confess I bought the circle version “from me, to me” as a little gift for myself.
It’s that time of year again, cold and flu season are upon us. How many of us have friends and loved ones that live too far away to comfort in person? Well, the next best thing is sending our love and get well wishes with soup and baked goods from Spoonful of Comfort
. It really is “feel good food” and a wonderful way to send “love by the ladle.”
With a quick perusal of pinterest/IG/food blogs, there is no end to pointers on building the perfect cheese and charcuterie board. We all know that texture and color are some of the fundamentals of knitting, but they are just as important in food! Below are a few pics of what we enjoyed at dinner at Elmer T’s last weekend.
Italian breadsticks and cheese straws
Cornichons, kalamata olives and fig and rosemary crisps. The crisps are delicious with extra sharp cheddar and Stonewall Kitchen Maple Apple Onion jam.
Extra sharp cheddar, blue cheese, Marcona almonds, raspberries, grapes, dried apricots, dried figs, pears, spiced pecans, brie and assorted meats.