Lime Bars

by brittany on July 3, 2015

lime bars

I want more of these.  After Michael and I wolfed down the first batch, we both wished I’d made a double.  That’s the kind of love I usually reserve for chocolate and caramel concoctions, but this sweet, tart, crumbly lime situation left me craving more.

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Mango Salad with Radishes and Feta

by brittany on July 1, 2015

mango radish feta salad

Portland has been Heat Wave City lately, and I know we’re not alone.  Thus, it is time for no-cook, cool, refreshing dinners that still satisfy hunger.  Mango Salad with Radishes and Feta fits the bill.

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Low-Commitment Projects: Embroidered Books

June 29, 2015

For this week’s archive edition of Low-Commitment Projects, I’m sharing my embroidered books.  I made these in 2009 for my Notes From the State Above California newsletter subscribers–they’re recreations of everyone’s favorite books.  I loved this project, not only because I liked the imagery and results, but because I found out what some of my […]

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Asparagus Salad with Feta

June 26, 2015

Does this look like a heap of spring/summer?  Because it is.  I’m into barely-cooked room-temperature veggie salads, and this is a refreshing one.

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Rhubarb Crumble Cupcakes

June 24, 2015

  I’m pretty sure these sweet-tart, rosy, oat-scattered cakelets are cupcakes.  No, they don’t have frosting, but I don’t think that’s a prerequisite.  They are quite sweet and cakey, more like individual coffee cakes than muffins.  Whatever they’re called, they’re really tasty and super easy.

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Low-Commitment Projects: Tae’s “Excerpt from Alice in Wonderland”

June 22, 2015

Holy crap, do you see this? You know we’re sharing some older ventures on Low-Commitment Projects this month and next, and this is one of Tae’s.  It is an Excerpt from Alice in Wonderland.  I’m in awe.

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Low-Commitment Projects: Domino Magazine Paper Cuts

June 15, 2015

If you remember, we’re posting work completed before the beginning of Low-Commitment Projects and extensions of LCP pieces for the rest of June and July.  Here’s my first contribution, Domino Magazine Paper Cuts.  I made these in 2009 or 2010, in mourning for the demise of the publication.

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Low-Commitment Projects: Tae’s “More Small Talk”

June 10, 2015

Here’s what’s going on.  Tae and I are working on a large collaborative project, so for the rest of June and July, we’ll be posting older work that we completed before Low-Commitment Projects began or we’ll be revisiting past LCP ideas.  First up is Tae’s More Small Talk.

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Low-Commitment Projects: Cell Phone Photo Paintings: FREE (Part 2)

June 1, 2015

I’m done!  Last week was my final one at the Portland Building Installation Space painting images based on the general public’s cell phone photos.  It was terrific.  Here’s a box of produce from my last day of painting.  By my rough count, I made 108+ 4″ x 6″ paintings.  Check out the Low-Commitment Projects post with […]

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Low-Commitment Projects: Tae’s “Air Mail Mountaintops”

May 25, 2015

Here’s a mountain range that Tae made out of envelopes.  Go see this week’s Low-Commitment Project, Air Mail Mountaintops.

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