Kerrian Russell
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Cold Frame: Extend Your Vegetable Garden Season

salvaged wood windows and glass recycling ideas for greenhouse designs. What an awesome idea when replacing old windows in your home.

40 Of The Most Incredible Wall Murals Designs You Have Ever Seen

Goëss Apartment - Elaborate four rooms in Empress Maria Theresa’s summer house at Schönbrunn. Photography by Fritz von der Schulenburg for World of Interiors

DIY - Upcycling old Tins. Spray paint used was Krylon's Indoor/Outdoor Satin Catalina Mist. Step-by-Step Tutorial.

Great for turning "Christmas" tins into "Hanukkah" or even just "winter holiday" tins! DIY - Upcycling old Tins. Spray paint used was Krylon's Indoor/Outdoor Satin Catalina Mist. Step-by-Step Tutorial.

CEROPEGIA-WOODII-String-of-Hearts

CEROPEGIA-WOODII-String-of-Hearts Tuber beads are small beads which form on stem at the leaf bases. Can be planted to produce new vines. Press the tuber into the soil, & keep it moist (not wet), plant the bead while it is still attached to the mother plan

MEDIEVAL SHORT CRUST  PASTRY - There has been a lot of argument about whether medieval pastry was made as a container for the food, rather than to something to be eaten. References in some books to making the pastry tender, and the occasional use of leavening agents, suggest that it was meant to be edible, at least on some occasions.  (cookit.e2bn.org)

Medieval short crust pastry recipe, this site has several eras you'll want to read when you have a little time.

One of the simplest medieval desserts, with ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, and cloves.

One of the simplest medieval desserts, I like them with ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, and cloves.

Lamb pasty made from a design in the Edward Kidder book (above), published in 1720 AD, with the book open to the page (below)

Lamb pasty made from a design in the Edward Kidder book ), published in 1720 AD, with the book open to the page

These small pies, rather like modern English pork pies, were known as chewitts, arranged here in a stack. Recipes varied, but they frequentl...

These small pies, rather like modern English pork pies, were known as chewitts, arranged here in a stack. Recipes varied, but they frequently contained a mixture of meat and dried fruit like mince pies.