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Friday, December 7, 2012
Friday, October 19, 2012
Yesterday I went to the Dufferin Grove Farmer's Market and got carrots and beets. Today they impromptu turned into a soup. To liven up the broth, which was otherwise the salted water from simmering the vegetables, I fried minced carrot greens stems and parsley in olive oil with garlic. I also added two secret ingredients: sweet smoked paprika and aged dried orange peel that I previously wrote about.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Let me start by saying that these are all gone.
There is so much sugar in these that the Redpath factory went into backorder.
I'm finding it hard to explain my love for these without expletives.
Just look at the pictures. And keep three things in mind:
- Butterscotch chips
- Peanut Butter
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Pan-seared Ontario lamb crusted with rosemary and garlic. The sauce took red wine to deglaze, with some cream and wilted parsley to coat the pasta, topped with quail egg. I love whole wheat spaghetti; please don't hate on me for it. Also pan fried zucchini and tomato wedges. Good lord could life get any better.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
I found this shirt and a few others like it while thrifting. They were all constructed similarly huge and billowing, in different polyesters, and I'm certain were handmade. The prints were wonderful though the shirts were far too giant. So that's where the alteration project started.
|Picture a blouse this ample and billowy...|
|Altered down to make a little fitted crop top vest thing with cap sleeves, darts, tucks, and pins.|
|Pair it with silver leggings from LABEL|
|I like the concept, but still need to work on the execution.|
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Monday, September 24, 2012
A big thanks to Ryan and Tiff for the opportunity to design and learn how to construct this necklace! The pearls from her broken bracelet were repurposed to become the centerpieces of this peyote-based architecture-inspired choker.