The White Chippy Chair

This past Spring I found the Chippy Chair, as it is now called. It is perfect in the studio and helps to mix things up a bit for still life work. The carrot bouquet came about when I wanted to shoot tulips. Orange tulips! And there were no orange tulips anywhere. Turns out that these…

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Shooting in the Woodsy Outdoors

We will be shooting stills in the woodsy outdoors this Fall in Connecticut ~ info here! I’m so excited for cooler weather. It has been insufferably hot here in Northern California this July with temps most days hovering between 95* and 100* with several days spiking over 100*. Combine the high temps with grass and…

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Easy Old Fashioned Popovers

If you have never made popovers you are in for a surprise ~ they are quick and easy to make. There are really only three things to remember ~ make sure your pan is hot before you add the batter, fill each section no more than half full, and no peeking once they are in…

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Fresh Cherries

Fresh cherries! When cherries come into season it reminds me of picking cherries in Michigan. Northern Michigan is dotted with several U-Pick orchards, especially around the Traverse City area. We have a good supply of fresh cherries here in Northern California, which is a good thing! Oh, those tart cherries make the best pies. And…

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  • Mary Bailey

    There is nothing prettier to my eye than those pops of red mixed with old blue and white transferware.  Summer in the midwest for sure 🙂ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      thanks Mary ~ hope you are doing well!ReplyCancel

Yellow Squash and Zucchini

Got extra yellow squash and/or zucchini? Seems like everyone will have extra at some point during the summer months. Here’s a quick, easy, delicious side dish to help use some of these when your garden is over-producing. And if you don’t have a garden, just pick up a few at the market to give this…

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