These mermaid tails are a super big hit with all the little girls I know, and they transform any 11 inch doll into a magical mermaid! You do not need super sewing skills to complete these but you will fare better if you do have some basic skills. You can use a sewing machine or… Continue reading Magical Mermaid Tails
I know what you're thinking, "why did she name it mom artist if all she puts on is food?" okay okay you're right, the reason so far.. drum roll is because I cook every day so I have just been documenting life as it happens (maybe that's what I should name the blog) But rest… Continue reading Is this a food blog? I thought it was mom/artist!
If you have had crack slaw and you like it, you will love this recipe, Its my tweak on the much loved classic! I started making this with red cabbage because my market had a good deal on it and I like it, I mean what artist doesn't want to add more color to their… Continue reading Purple Crack Slaw
You have successfully brewed your kombucha, now what? First Please take your SCOBY out and about 2 cups of the kombucha as starter tea. Set it aside (I like to use my 2nd brewing jar for this) and make sure to cover it up! As mentioned earlier if there is a fruit fly in your… Continue reading Bottling the Buchi, Flavoring and Secondary Fermentation
Foreword- this is a bit of a lengthly post for me, it contains lots of information on getting started but there is so much out there on kombucha that I barely scratched the surface here. It is, I hope, a simplified version of getting beginners brewing. Kombucha, in its simplest description A fermented tea beverage.… Continue reading Kombucha Basic Recipe: Get Brewing!
Okay so I have a surprisingly versatile syrup to show you, if you haven't jumped on the prickly pear band wagon yet, be prepared for a new favorite flavor, it is so delicious you will be trying to figure out new places to put this stuff. It has a mild watermelon /bubblegum flavor and the… Continue reading Prickly Pear Syrup (super yummy and versatile)
Okay so this recipe is at least 10X better than the boxed mac and cheese and about 100X better than that baby stuff in a little container that you heat for 3o seconds. So you'll need some basic ingredients you most likely already have on hand to make this recipe. Ingredients: about 6 oz. or… Continue reading Super yummy, baby friendly mac and cheese (you can hide veggies in here!)