Between June 1st through June 11th, we will be visiting some national parks in Alaska. There won’t be any new articles coming out during those eleven days, but stay tuned for more great interviews and blog posts soon. One interview happens to be my favorite restaurant owner. There are, of course, more healthy recipes and home tours scheduled
Month: May 2017
There is nothing more comforting than a warm buttermilk biscuit. If you don’t have a recipe of your own, try this recipe shared with us by Honestly Yum. They adapted their recipe by Bon Appetite. My family recipe is the simple, yet always satisfying, Crisco version. We also have a version with butter, sugar, and raisins. Perfect for drizzling with local wildflower honey.
One of my favorite places to visit during lunch break is 31Twenty Five. It is a friendly, cheerful boutique full of sunlight and southern hospitality. I love the occasional confetti on the welcome mat and daily inspiration from the window display. Ali was so much fun to chat with and interview. She shared her style staples for summer, the history of the building, and discusses her very popular window display.
This serene guest bedroom at the Broviak house is actually the inspiration for my master bedroom. Her use of industrial stools as night stands inspired me to use a set of French style folding chairs as my night stands. It is very likely my head board will be given a coat of black chalk paint as well. Her use of a coat rack is a genius idea for hanging a bathrobe and sleep shirt.
It is always inspiring to read about a couple that took a risk and started over to pursue their dream business. Eileen and James Ray left New York City and a flourishing fashion career to buy a farm and raise their family in Lebanon, Tennessee. They operate the Little Seed Farm caring for goats and orchestrating a delightful line of skin care products. Below, they tell us about how long they planned their move, beauty benefits of goat’s milk, and a typical day on the farm.
Cookie dough + Cheesecake. Allie has created this recipe that combines the best of everything into a colorful and festive cake. Her Monster Cookie Dough Cheesecake would make the perfect colorful cake for a child’s Birthday party.
I would encourage anyone to embrace the concept of a capsule wardrobe. There is no shame in wearing the same items over and over. As stated by Sarah LaFleur,
“Your clothes should be the least interesting thing about you”
For inspiration, here are some of the best peach recipes:
Grilled Peach and Burrata Salad
Pioneer Woman Peach Salsa
Peach Bruchetta with Whipped Goat Cheese
Habanero Peach Barbecue Sauce
Southern Peach Cobbler
Peach Pecan Crisp
Classic Perfect Peach Pie
No Churn Peach Ice Cream
Post in the Farmhouse to Flea Market Facebook page if you are interested in finding someone to share a box with. Boxes contain around 25 pounds of peaches. Photos provided by The Peach Truck.
One very lucky reader is going to win a turquoise 24 oz Corkcicle Tumbler! It is a beautiful shade of robin’s egg blue. Keep your drinks ice cold at the next barn sale and use it for your hot coffee during football games this Fall.
Corkcicle is my favorite brand for thermos products because they have gorgeous color selection. I know it will be your favorite too! Any reader of Farmhouse to Flea Market receives a 15% discount
“The beautiful spring came; and when nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also.”
-Harriet Ann Jacobs
There are only a few more weeks of spring. With the joys of summer approaching, it is easy to skip over these last weeks and jump to the good times ahead. But there is still time to get done all of the items on the Spring to-do list. Tackle the spring-cleaning projects. Plant flowers. Change out the front door wreath. Eat plenty of fresh strawberries.