Thursday February 23, 2012
Super fun news! Local shop & swap website Krrb just did a sweet profile on Raganella. We made it to the Hot Corner!
Thursday November 17, 2011
Whoa, mama. I’ve got a busy month ahead of me. Starting this week actually. This is my first holiday season with Raganella’s Botanical Solutions and I’m doing the local craft fair circuit. So please forgive me
Tuesday March 30, 2010
Waking up to the pitter-patter of raindrops on my window, slowly getting out of bed, looking out to see the dark day – I knew this was a day for muffins.
What kind of muffins was the
Wednesday January 20, 2010
For the last few Christmases, we’ve been taking advantage of my dad’s penchant for woodworking. The first year, he made us filing cabinets. The next, a TV stand. And then the following, a curio cabinet. While
Monday September 14, 2009
It’s been 400 years since Hudson “discovered” what is now the great city of New York. And people are celebrating this historic occasion in varying ways. Here are a handful of interesting events happening now:
Monday August 17, 2009
Howdy pardners! The dinner bell’s ringin’ and I’m hungry for some change. And by change I mean bringing some country to the city – that new ol’ fangled thang called urban farming.
BK Farmyards is itchin’ to
Tuesday August 11, 2009
Aaaah, that felt good. Six straight days of no internet and no email. The best diet I’ve ever been on (well, perhaps the only one).
I get so tangled up in the web these days – emailing,
Tuesday July 21, 2009
Do you like food? Do you like food that’s healthful and sustainably produced? Want to get involved in shaping the way food is produced and distributed locally?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, come
Monday July 6, 2009
I don’t usually think of summer as a time to bake. In fact, if you can’t take the heat of the oven and end up offsetting it with air conditioning, summer baking can be a pretty
Thursday June 25, 2009
I’m on a food post kick lately. Maybe it’s the thrill of summer produce getting me all excited about eating again… berries, asparagus, various peas, basil (though these days we grow our own), heirloom tomatoes! (coming