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Took some pictures this week that were fire inspired. Hope you enjoy!

Sage Sneak Peek










I finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. After a crazy summer (still in the middle of it, folks) I managed to get… 665 more words


Morning harvest

How I love warm July mornings in the garden : Rainbow Swiss Chards, our first zucchinis, lebanese cucumbers, fresh garden sage for our meal tonight. Lemon verbana, flowering agastache and more calendula to dry for teas and balms. 35 more words


Chicken Pot Pies

I thought I better get onto posting some of my Winter recipes before the season is over!  These pot pies are the perfect comfort food for cold nights :) 398 more words


Lemongrass and Sage

I have to say, this soap almost didn’t happen. The whole process of getting this one made was like a comedy of errors, involving a shattered glass container, a special trip to the supply store, and numerous instances of planning to start but forgetting to steep the oils, resulting in a few false starts. 235 more words


Adventure 37 - the Quayside

It’s always worth a walk along the Gateshead/Newcastle Quayside.

The Newcastle side of the Tyne has lots of restaurants and cafes, and if you go on a Sunday, like we did, you’ll also be able to look around the market, which has lots of nice craft stalls. 61 more words

The Big Brownie Birthday

Q&A with SAGE's David Ross about PeerJ Investment

On July 9, SAGE announced that it had “led a new investment as part of a second round of funding for PeerJ,” an open access publisher that relies for its revenue on membership fees and editorial services provided by authors rather than on subscription fees or article-based publishing charges. 864 more words

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