Tags » Hearth


Candles and celebration

Laughter of intimacy

Testament of rites

Crucible of wedding

Bread and festival

Yeast of endearment

Kitchen and hearth

Banquet of home

Spices and mystery… 76 more words


Friends & Food ...

Do you remember my post about the Ladies Tea Party? Those three friends – Paula, Cheri & Mary – have a long-standing tradition they call… 395 more words


This is a introduction.

What Cheer!

Plays with Fire will be focused on hearths and cooking and how the food gets to the cooking hearths and what it meant to people in the past, and what meaning of those past food have for us now…..how to’s, why not’s, way cools and WHAT were they thinking????? 113 more words


Our sentiments exactly x 

I wish I could take credit for this tag, but alas, I don’t know its origin.

I would put it on all my creations ❤️


The grass is only greener cause its fake.

Hi all. I’ve been thinking a lot about this blog and about how people might perceive this life from what I write and what I choose to show. 612 more words


Culinary habits of the Stonehenge builders

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A team of archaeologists at the University of York have revealed new insights into cuisine choices and eating habits at Durrington Walls – a Late Neolithic monument and settlement site thought to be the residence for the builders of nearby Stonehenge during the 25th century BC. 612 more words