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I pick grape leaves in my yard to make them. Chances are, if you live in New England they're taking over your woods or along your fences.

http://www.heythattastesgood.com/2012/08/stuffed-grape-leaves-from-foraged-grape.html


How To Make Stuffed Grape Leaves with Cucumber-Yogurt Sauce Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn
8/15/12 01:26 PM

we have 7" ceilings as well (old, old house, plus we're short), very light wall colors have helped make the rooms look airier.


Looking Up: 10 Tricks for Making Your Ceiling Look Higher
3/13/12 10:09 PM

I made a dozen and a half pies for my wedding two years ago, vegan and gluten free. My mom picked up local farm ice cream, and it was so awesome. I posted about it here. http://www.heythattastesgood.com/2009/06/wedding-berry-pies.html


DIY Wedding: Why We Make Instead of Buy
9/15/11 09:01 PM

http://redhouseblog.com/2011/06/12/living-room-finished/

Our living room is 'sterling' by behr and our floors are some sort of wood that we stained a dark reddish color. I love it.


Warm Oak Floors with Cool Gray Walls?
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8/24/11 12:44 PM

I made these, and gluten free! They were delicious, and I should have looked at the yield before making them so I could have scaled back the recipe. SO many!

http://www.heythattastesgood.com/2011/05/crinkle-top-oatmeal-raisin-cookies.html


Old-Fashioned Recipe: Crinkle Top Oatmeal-Raisin Cookies
5/20/11 08:33 PM

My blog is all gluten free - www.heythattastesgood.com


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2/3/10 10:38 AM

We had a tiny budget for our wedding, but we did splurge on a BBQ catering company.

However, I did bake all the pies myself(a dozen and a half) that we used instead of wedding cake, the day before the wedding. It was surprisingly stress-free, and everyone was so impressed. I made the pie crusts ahead of time, then filled them with berries while they were still frozen and baked them 4 at a time.

I posted about it here: http://www.heythattastesgood.com/2009/06/wedding-berry-pies.html

The whole project was less than $100, and was so worth it.


Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | Catering Your Own Wedding: A Step-by-Step GuideForkable
7/1/09 02:36 PM

Wholefoods 365 butter is $2.59 or something a pound, which is cheaper than in my local regular grocery stores (occasionally butter is on sale for 2/$5, but not often).

Their 365 brand gluten-free stuff is good too- $3.69 I think for a pound of flour, which is lame but still cheaper than any other prepackaged mix.

Meat is sometimes cheaper (rib roast was $8.99 a pound 3 weeks ago), and seafood is also when on sale (small Maine shrimp was $3.99/lb).

I do my shopping in 3-4 stores (there are a lot of grocery stores within a 10 min bikeride of my house, I'm lucky) and there are absolutely some things I buy at WF because they're cheaper. Look for the yellow sale signs, and stock up!


Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | How to Save Money by Shopping at Whole Foods
2/12/09 06:03 PM

I grew up with this kind of peeler, and was surprised when my fiance didn't know what to do with it! I didn't know there were other kinds of peelers until I was 25!


Apartment Therapy The Kitchn | Traditional French Potato Peeler from Nogent
1/9/09 01:31 PM