Planning a Trip to Ireland
Start here with this mini travel guide and get inspired while planning a trip to Ireland. This Guide to Ireland has essential details that will make planning your next adventure easier. Learn about food, lodging, language, money, sights, transportation and more!
11 Small Kitchen Ideas on a Budget
Maximize your small kitchen so that you may thrive in your tiny space. Learn to love your kitchen no matter the size. Organize and downsize, live simply and create with style.
Coffee Date With Autumn
Behind the scenes of a food blog – grab a cup of coffee or tea or whatever you desire and let’s chat. What’s happening? Autumn is here in all her glory. I missed you Autumn.
Coffee Date with Eleanor
It’s Springing here in Northern Utah, finally. Can we talk? Let’s chat, over coffee, or whatever is speaking to you right now. Tea, sparkling water, soda? Cool. It’s nice to get out from behind the blog to chat over what has been happening.
Girls Road Trip from Dallas to American Fork - a journey between a mother and her daughter
Reflections “Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead.” – Oscar Wilde How did I get here? Standing in front of a reflection pool, looking down at my own reflection, I pondered the significance of this moment.
Going Back to California
They say you can never go back. There is a lot of truth to that. You can physically go back but change is inevitable. The physical space changes. People change and move on.
Friends. Bloggers. Home cooks. Thank you for a great year! Being able to share recipes and fun nerdy facts about food through this blog has been a real blessing.
Backpacking the Glacier Peak Wilderness - Spider Meadow, Buck Creek Pass Loop
The mountains are calling and I must go. – John Muir My annual backpacking trip came and went. As always, I received far more than I deserved. Amazing natural beauty, good food, personal challenges and good people. How do you like to spend your time?
Into The Woods
The second time I got lost in the woods, it was intentional. The first time was almost tragic and yet funny.
What is college dorm life really like? | Tips from a student Residential Assistant
Happy Summer everybody! I wanted to take a break from the food scene here in order to reach out to all of you awesome soon-to-be college students out there!
Girls Trip To A Utah Ghost Town
Last Summer, I was trying to find stuff for me and my darling daughter to do when a co-worker suggested visiting ghost towns.
Ode To A Farm
A poem dedicated in remembrance of David's Dad and his love of farming.
Holiday Fun With My Girl
My girl and I went on some zany adventures while she was home from college for the Holidays. Here is the evidence. Skiing was on top of the list, at Brighton Ski Resort.
Handmade Mason Jar Lids
Handmade Mason jar lids by Craftiness.Etsy, made on a lathe, made in the USA. Dave is a woodworker who makes beautiful gifts out of wood and other fine materials.
Backpacking the Wind River Range at Green River Lakes Trailhead
aBackpacking adventures in the Wind River Range. We started and returned to the Green River Trailhead in 8 days. We camped below Square Top Mountain and climbed many passes. We ate backpacking gourmet food compliments of the Sierra Club.f
Faces of Turkey
Faces of Turkey from The Perennial Plate on Vimeo. A great story teller evokes emotion and thought in their audience.
Italy Travel Journal part one
Hello Venice and helllooooo Irene! What a lovely gesture our AirBNB host left for us when we arrived in Venice via train. She has a lovely apartment that we enjoyed while exploring Venice. I still remember the excitement when we arrived, VENICE!
Italy Travel Journal part two
The birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence is the epicenter of northern Italy in a region known as Tuscany. Coming here is a pilgrimage for Italophiles and art enthusiasts. The museums here are plenty and top notch. Fine art to medieval technology and astronomy, something for everyone, especially you. Yes you! What is your excuse?