I tell myself each year that I’m going to naturally dye eggs, but instead I just admire them in photographs on the internet. When I look back at photos of all the things we’ve been eating this past year, I see these natural color makers throughout those dinners. (And I remember what my hands look like after cooking with them.) There is still time to make these gorgeous (edible!) eggs for Easter, or just in celebration of spring. F is obsessed with soft boiled eggs these days, and I think she’d love to tinker around with these colors before eating the end product.
This is a blog about an old house with a new life (and all the lives within it). There are plenty of stories to tell.
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- this might take awhile on
- this post is more about demolition than the last one on
- soil, by Irene Mathieu on
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