Have you ever wondered how to harvest your lettuce? LeAnn of Pantry Friendly Cooking has a great post that she is sharing with us today (including videos) that show us just how to harvest our lettuce!
LeAnn teaches cooking classes throughout the Salt Lake City area,, and was recently featured in Taste of Home Magazine, was a runner up in the Cache Valley Cheese Signature dish contest and Winner of Better Recipes Best Blogger Potluck Recipe. Her site is full of tasty recipes, so be sure to have a look around after you learn how to harvest garden lettuce.
Growing your own lettuce is a great way to save money. Not only that, but fresh food from the garden always tastes so great! Visit LeAnn’s site see the video on how to cut the lettuce, clean the lettuce and dry the lettuce. Dry lettuce stores better with less spoilage.
Thanks for sharing with us LeAnn!
Right before I went to ALT Summit a friend of mine started selling these amazing 3D Fiber lashes. I bought some and wore them during the conference and felt totally awesome!
I had three reasons for trying them out. First, I always love to support friends in their endeavors when I can. Second, the only makeup I wear is mascara, so trying something that looked amazing seemed like a great idea. Third, the product is natural, cruelty free, and just plain great. Not to mention, it works!
It didn’t hurt that the company is also based in Utah (hello supporting local business)!
So what happened when I tried them? I fell in love with them so much I took the plunge and signed up to sell them too.
Why should houses be the only thing that get to be spruced up? I think we deserve it too! If you want to give them a try, this is my site. I would love your support, all proceeds go to support this crazy DIY habit of mine (minus 10% that goes to animal rescue of course).
The above photo is not my eyes, but is a great before and after to show how they work. I will try to get a good one of my own lashes soon.
Watching for growth:
- Wildflower seeds planted last minute
It’s been very hot here friends. As in, if I get out into the garden any later than 8:00AM it is already too late. Oh, and they said the low tonight would be 81F. The low. Thank goodness for air conditioning.