The first day of spring is a little over two weeks away, which means it’s serious seedling time around here. As the weather outside remains erratic, inside the seeds are starting to grow and thrive.
Spinach babies getting a shower.
The most adorable asparagus.
Outside, the tulips and daffodils were thriving…
Until snow invited itself to the party last night…
A big batch of pottery got glazed, and will be fired over the weekend. Very exciting!
Doesn’t look like much now, but just wait.
Over with glass, I finished my matte piece, which I sandblasted before the final firing…
A sort of faux-Murrine. I dig it.
And a set of plates that I’m not sure how I feel about…
I did enjoy Baron’s little wiry legs and paws though.
I have another set of platters in the works that I’m super excited about, using more of those iridescent pieces that you can see above. Love it.
Not too much to show this week, as I made a lot of soups/stir fry/burrito bowl standards that aren’t very unique, picturesque, or inspirational.
But these Beet Balls were pretty incredible…
That’s a Spicy Ginger Tahini Sauce on top (YUM), and you can find both recipes in this book.
And there’s all these goodies growing around the homestead…
Which I used in this Eggplant Quinoa Salad, recipe inspiration found here.
Happy Friday everyone!
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