Art, Gardening, Cooking and The Great Outdoors… Let’s Dig In.
Hi, I’m Liz. I thrive on the many adventures of life and I love to spend my time doing things that bring me joy. I’m passionate about plants, art, cooking and being outside. I have long thought about a way to put all those things together… and here we are. Welcome to my journey!
Plants…. I love plants. I admire their tenacity to grow, adapt and change. Their magic is to restore and rejuvenate our environment and our lives. And they do it quite humbly. I love to care for them and I’m honored to assist in sharing their beauty.
Art and Design…. I have always enjoyed creating. So much so that I made a career out of it. Shaping the landscape is my profession, but creativity is my passion. I firmly believe that art is meant to be shared. I hope you enjoy my artistic endeavors.
Cooking…. I am fascinated by the combination of science and art that is cooking and baking. The creativity and combinations are limitless. I take equal parts joy in following a recipe to a specific destination and I do “winging it”. Cooking is learning… The failure is as important as the success.
The Great Outdoors…. The natural world amazes me. Mountains, forests, rivers, streams and oceans… there are so many wondrous places to see and explore. Nature is the ultimate inspiration. It feeds my soul like nothing else can.
What I’m Currently Digging…..
I decided to share this simple and easy way to jazz up a boneless pork roast. I started making these years ago and have tried a few different variations. It always includes a little mustard for tang, a little something sweet (brown sugar, maple syrup or honey) and a little touch of salty via theContinue reading “Bacon Wrapped, Garlic Stuffed Pork Roast”
This yummy, comfort food recipe came to me from my long time friend Mary. She always made it for friends birthdays and we couldn’t wait to have it. After years of begging she handed it over. Since then I make it every once in awhile just because it is stick to your ribs good, makesContinue reading “Reuben Casserole”
Spring flowers always lift the spirit after a cold, long winter. With so many colors and textures to enjoy, I have been working on some of my favorites – Tulips, Iris and Crocus. This sunny tulip is a warm welcome to spring… Iris will not be blooming here for a few more weeks, but IContinue reading “Tulip, Iris, Crocus – Colored Pencil”
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