If the idea of a green lifestyle seems more daunting than doable, don’t be discouraged. Going green doesn’t have to mean drastic life changes, all it takes is a few simple changes to make a really big difference. Thanks to modern day innovation and creativity, supporting and maintaining green living has never been simpler.
The monthly Urban Agrarian Farm to Table Dinner series in 2016 is continuing with their March edition. This month the focus will be on pasture-raised lamb and garden herbs. Special guest speakers from Prairie Wind Nursery in Norman, OK and Silvertop Farm & Vineyards in Ponca City, OK will be speaking at the event. Enjoy a five course meal from chef Timothy Mort and special guest chef Colin Stringer, of Nonesuch
Spring leaves us with a fresh clean slate, a time for rebirth and newness. As our gardens begin to sprout we are reminded of the natural beauty that surrounds us. So, why not bring some of that fresh, new life inside of the house? A simple, yet elegant succulent terrarium will add a breath of life to your home.
When the weather goes from hot to cold, our favorite drinks tend to change with the season. With New Years out of the way and resolutions to uphold, how do you squeeze in that quick coffee fix while keeping in mind your 2016 health plans? Check out these alternative, better-for-you beverages that will keep you smiling all winter long.
One of the great things about winter is being able to snuggle up next to the fire while watching a good movie. The best way to do it is with warm hot cocoa in one hand and a sweet treat in the other. Try out these amazing recipes, start the fire, and flip on a movie—it’s about to be the ultimate winter movie night.
AUTUMN APPLE CIDER
The true essence of autumn can be found in a mug full of apple cider. The spices, the warmth and the familiarity will remind you of the changing season.
1 gallon Apple Cider (preferably Filtered, But Not Necessary)
½ cups Brown Sugar
2 teaspoons Allspice, Whole
3 teaspoons Cloves, Whole
4 sticks Cinnamon
2 dashes Nutmeg
1 whole Orange, Cut In Half