Updated: Recipes from Our Backyard: Applesauce

- – – – – Originally written July 17, 2012: My husband and I are blessed to have a very fruitful apple tree in our backyard in Chattanooga. Unfortunately, we missed the peak season in June because Cobalt was  in Johnson City getting ready for our wedding. But once we returned to Chattanooga after our […]

Tuna Wraps + Cabbage, Carrot and Kale Salad

“Today” Waking to the sound of birds’ happy chirps instead of alarms’ bellowing honks – oh! how restful slumbers and joyful morning songs suddenly soothe my week of worries. Walking outside, into the warmth of the yellow globe above — I find its smile also to be contagious. Whooshing briskly past, tickling my rosy-ing cheeks […]

Harvesting Kale

This week, my sister-in-law Cyan (pictured above) and I harvested all the kale from mine and Cobalt‘s fall garden. We had planted the twenty-five seedlings in the yard in early September 2012, but since they barely grew over winter (we discovered the winter sun’s angle JUST misses the kale patch during these months), Cobalt and […]

Garden Pictures from Beginning ’til Now

This year has been so much fun starting our very own garden!! Below is a gallery of pictures of our garden from the beginning until now. Feel free to click on any picture to view the slideshow. (Press “ESC” to return to my blog.) I’m so excited to share them with you all! Like it? […]

Our Garden Update: Finally Growing Again!

ROMA TOMATOES SWEET PEPPERS Our garden is VERY slowly but surely growing! These are the most recent pictures of the Roma tomatoes and sweet peppers (compared to the picture in early May). They’re a bit small compared to the what they’re supposed to be by now – fruitful. But the heat has definitely gotten to […]

Our Garden!

When Cobalt (my fiancé whom I’m marrying in less than a month!) moved to Chattanooga nearly two months ago, he started our garden. Here’s a picture of our tomato plants! He planted romas and cherries; and also sweet peppers. When I move there next month, we’ll transport them to raised beds. We hope to also […]