For our latest edition of Floral Encyclopedia with the lovely Kristen Caissie of Moon Canyon, we’re celebrating some of the incredible blooms and citrus plants on offer this time of year in Southern California’s flower markets. Featuring warm golden tones and a beautiful diversity of textures and shapes, this arrangement is a reminder that even […]
A bright, refreshing cocktail that isn’t too sweet is such a nice complement to an afternoon spent outdoors in the summer. And because you want to relax and enjoy your friends and family, it shouldn’t take too long to make. That’s where the Tangerine Fizz comes in. It’s a cocktail we made for our Summer 2016 […]
I’ve recently been spotlighting all things citrus, and in keeping with the theme, wanted to share another arrangement from one of my floral favorites. For this edition, the lovely Holly Vesecky of Hollyflora walked me through creating a citrus-inspired display using kumquats and an assortment of complementary greenery and blooms.
I love using seasonal ingredients in homemade gifts, and this Citrus Simple Syrup is a new favorite. As delicious as it is easy to make, it’s wonderful for cooking, stirred into your tea, or mixed into salad dressing.
We’ve been on a bit of a citrus kick around here, and what better way to celebrate its beautiful flavors than with a get-together that did just that. For the next in our series on seasonal entertaining: a meal inspired by winter’s citrus, set against a backdrop of decor that highlighted the theme.
I’ve long looked to the wonderful Lauri Kranz for all of my edible garden needs – from growing and storing fresh herbs, to planting veggies, to creating an edible tepee, she’s an unending source of information and inspiration. So when looking for a some basics on choosing and planting citrus trees, I of course went straight to her.