Can you dig it? 😉
Here you will find links (some are affiliate links*) to people, places, things, ideas, etc. that have caught my eye and my attention. This page will continue to grow, so you can have fun scrolling through all “dig its” on one page. Enjoy!
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Participating in the #DollyPartonChallenge on Instagram.
Aren’t they sweet? I am particularly fond of the mushroom and fiddlehead embroidered pieces.
We have so many cookbooks and lost our “cookbook space” when we moved the wire racks out and brought in the Pennsylvania House cherry hutch. The bulk of the cookbooks are now living on top of the chest of drawers in the spare bedroom – which is fine – but I want to add some decorative bookends.
Santa was very good to me and I just *love* this Canon PowerShot SX530 HS Camera so very much!
- Merlin Bird ID App from The Cornell Lab: https://merlin.allaboutbirds.org/
- eBird Birding App from The Cornell Lab: https://ebird.org/home
- The Cornell Lab, All About Birds: https://www.allaboutbirds.org/news/
French Decorative Metal Box – I have no idea what I’d do with it, but I want it. 😀
If you LOVE mustard (Dijon!) you must try this recipe from Table for Two: Holy Yum Chicken. I do recommend sticking to the boneless, skinless chicken thighs (versus breasts, for example). The flavor is incredible.
As the Crow Flies (in someone’s Etsy shop – not mine) – This is a print on paper of the English countryside in winter with a flying crow from an original acrylic painting called As the Crow Flies by artist Jo Grundy. I saw this photo on another blogger’s site and just loved it.
Cosy: The British Art of Comfort – What an enjoyable book! It was a “recommended by Amazon” item that popped up in my feed. It’s a pleasant reminder to tuck in and recharge, especially during this crazy holiday time of year!
This easy homemade recipe for cleaning your produce with natural ingredients. Three ingredients, that’s it.
These adorable cat gloves. I actually like the pink pair. (But I think they are a little overpriced.)
Being Dead Is No Excuse: The Official Southern Ladies Guide to Hosting the Perfect Funeral – I totally forgot about this book until recently when commenting on another blogger’s site. I have not made one recipe from this book, but I loved reading it from cover to cover. Check it out:
Penzeys Spices – Berbere Seasoning Blend. My. Favorite. Go-To. Spice.
If you are making chili, you need… The Berbere. 😀
The TV series A Year in Provence (1993) – Here is a link to the trailer on YouTube: https://youtu.be/CltGkqWKut8
Unfortunately, you cannot buy new copies of the DVD. (WHY?!?!) But, your local library system might have it. We just borrowed it from ours and watched the first episode, Winter.
A few years back a friend bought us this fun DVD series when she learned about our dreams of building a more self-sufficient life. Check out Good Neighbors (also known as The Good Life) by clicking on the images below! (these are affiliate links)
Tussock Jumper Wine – Pinot Noir. I love this wine… and the boar on the label.
A referral link for Canva! When you join through this link, we both get a credit!
Link: https://www.canva.com/join/coded-ranch-popsicle (this is an affiliate link – we don’t receive monetary compensation, but we do receive “Canva credits” that we can build up to use for premium images that cost vs. just using the free ones)
We do tend to order a lot from Amazon for the kitchen and the garden! (affiliate link)
Sparky French Mix Marigold Seeds from Hudson Valley Seed Co. These flowers are so cheery in the garden!