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Food Styling 101 | Thyme for Soup

August 21, 2011
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I started this blog a little over a year and a half ago on a whim, I wanted to have a place to catalog my family’s recipes. Since then, this little blog has become so much more than just a recipe catalog. Through blogging, I have attended a few great food and blogging conferences, festivals […]

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Eating Our Way Through Boulder

August 15, 2011
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Boulder was named the foodiest town in America last year by Bon Appétit. So, as you can imagine I was beyond excited about visiting this place. Did it live up to the hype? In a word: Yes. Starting off with Atlas Purveyors, a coffee shop on Pearl Street that was right down the street from […]

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Food & Light in Boulder, Colorado

August 5, 2011
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Think of someone that you admire, whose work you admire. Now imagine having the opportunity to learn your craft directly from that person. That is exactly what I did for two days this week in Boulder, Colorado. I spent a wondrous, inspiring and exhausting two days learning food photography and styling from some of the […]

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For Purple Mountain Majesties | Rocky Mountain National Park

August 1, 2011
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O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain, For purple mountain majesties Above the fruited plain! I’m not the most patriotic person out there, but I’m not saying that I’m not patriotic either. But America the Beautiful is literally the only thing that comes to mind when we drove Trail Ridge Road during […]

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I Love Flying | Zip Lining in Colorado Springs

July 31, 2011
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Quick and dirty post today. Okay, maybe not dirty. We’re in Boulder, Colorado now. And I’m sitting in our room at the Bradley Boulder Inn, patiently waiting for wine & cheese hour at 5pm. So, being the computer addict that I am… I find myself sitting at the computer. We’ve had a fantastic trip so […]

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FoodBlogSouth – a Southern food blogging conference

January 23, 2011
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Grits, pie and lots of incredible foodies: a few things that made up FoodBlogSouth – a Southern food blogging conference in Birmingham, Alabama. I made the decision not to head to Birmingham on Friday afternoon, mostly due to a busy day of work on Friday, procrastination and some laziness.  Which meant that I needed to […]

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Devil’s Bridge Trail – Sedona, AZ

January 16, 2011
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Devil’s Bridge Trail is one of the most popular hikes in Sedona, Arizona. Devil’s Bridge itself is the largest natural sandstone arch in Sedona, and the hike to the arch is usually a moderately easy one, but in the winter it’s a whole other story. Because of the recent rain, the dirt path that you […]

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A National Championship Through the Eyes of an Auburn Tiger

January 15, 2011
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(post by Paul Crane, my loving husband and devoted Auburn University football fan) I always dreamed that Auburn would make it to the National Championship. Being the realist that I am, I wasn’t sure when or if it would ever happen. But I made a promise to myself that if Auburn ever reached the BCS […]

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The most beautiful sunrise in the West

January 14, 2011
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I’m sure you’ve seen those beautiful professional photographs of the Grand Canyon, filled with lots of color and depth. How do you get those gorgeous photos? Those photos are usually taken either at sunrise or sunset. It’s all about losing some sleep time, getting out early to capture the right light and finding the right […]

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Grand Canyon

January 13, 2011
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The Grand Canyon: Touristy, yes. A must-see in the US, yes. The Grand Canyon is an attraction and American natural wonder that doesn’t really need an introduction. It’s located in the state of Arizona about 4.5 hours north of Phoenix and about 5 hours east of Las Vegas. Our trip to the Grand Canyon was […]

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