A Red Bird… a Tribute
Since Red Bird’s House first origins in 2008 I have been sharing my story about my father’s love for red birds. A story that will forever remind me of him … Continue reading
Why Egg Cartons?
What inspired our egg carton kitchen towel? Kate Kreba’s ones quoted; “waste is a design flaw” The original egg carton, made out of exclusively paper pulp, is an extremely simple … Continue reading
What’s A Tea Towel Anyway?
Like their counterparts, the dining room cloth napkin, tea towels are a workhorse. And while their uses around the house are varied, so is their history — a lesson we learned … Continue reading
Are markets the heart of a community? With every social interaction, noise getting louder, the different smells overpowering at times but adding to the experience, and the infinite color palettes … Continue reading
Silence… a squeak, whispers, someone’s cough. Silence again… the sound of turning pages, steps, silence… In a world of busy and loud, it seemed as if life had stopped, however, … Continue reading
If you have ever cooked Paella or have a wonderful friend (in my case) that cares enough about food to prepare one, you know Paella is not all about the … Continue reading
I met Maew while covering an assignment for Edible Austin. (Check out her and her husband’s story at Edible Austin’s last issue. “When Harry met Maew” it is a wonderful … Continue reading
Stories from a mom – Love is never divided it only multiplies.
I never quite understood the amount of love we are capable of creating until I became a mother. I remember thinking there was no way I could feel more love … Continue reading
Stewards of the land
“Farmers are not honored enough for the work they do. Not just as producers but as stewards of the land…” – @FoodTank – And then I see these beauties … Continue reading
A Place for Inspiration
Inspiration: In spirit with whatever moves your life. This is what I think : Simple unexpected things bring the most inspiration. They might not be what we expect them to … Continue reading
A little messy, but that’s ok.
At Mongolian Hot Pot in Houston the idea is to self cook meat and vegetables in a very hot and delicious spicy broth shared and placed in the center of … Continue reading
Everyone ate together at the same time.
Back when I was a little girl, I did not know my father would be the first foodie to influence my life. My father had high standards about food and … Continue reading
One to give, the other one to receive.
“Do you want to be happy? Travel with 2 bags, one to give, the other one to receive” Goethe. One of the things I love about Mexico is how some … Continue reading
On Easter Sunday I took my camera and went on a personal assignment. My local park in New Braunfels, TX gets booked months in advance to celebrate Eater Sunday. Families … Continue reading