Blog Posts - Heirloom



A fun party I am joining in on this weekend! To those who are new to visiting my blog, WELCOME. My name is Debbi, I reside in western Oregon in the small rural town of Sublimity. We enjoy a quick commute in Salem, Oregon's capital city. We are w...
by All in my Cottage on Jan 23, 2014

Queen Anne Display Cabinet

I surprised myself this past fornight and managed to get a piece of furniture renovated. This sad looking retro display cabinet was in need of some serious love and attention. I picked this up last year sometime in a Op shop hunt and parked it under...
by The Whimsical Wife on Jan 21, 2014

Heirloom Tomato Pasta

Today I had the pleasure in the midst of all this christmas rush of having a browse around a very good local green grocer for some dinner ingredients.  I didn't have a dish in mind when I entered the store, but rather wanted to be led by what looked...
by Farmhouse Home on Dec 12, 2013

The National Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa

The National Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa is the largest event of its kind in the world. We went to check it out after picking up a flyer for it in Napa. Little did we know it would be one of the coolest food festivals EVER!! It runs for three days an...
by Gourmet Gamine on Dec 5, 2013

Heirloom Tomatoes, Bite Sized

Heirloom Tomatoes, Bite Sized Image by Renée S. Suen Not as sweet as the sungolds, the assorted heirlooms I bought had very clean and tart flavours, firm flesh and thin, crisp skins. I love going to the Farmer’s Market at Nathan Phillips Squar...

Phils to hit 400 MT of fancy rice export by end-2013 as it sent off 100 MT Dona Maria rice to Dubai last October 24

The Philippines is hitting 400 metric tons (MT) of fancy rice export by the end of 2013 as it just sent off 100 MT of the Dona Maria hybrid rice to Dubai, aiding Philippines to exceed export target by 300 percent. The export to Dubai, to be distribut...
by Business Diary Philippines on Oct 31, 2013

Pig Pickin' ~ A Southern Tradition

  And every year, in October, our neighbor, to the west,  hosts a gathering of friends, music, a bonfire,  ambiance, and the pig pickin'.  Everyone brings a dish, a chair and their favorite beverage and we have a great time.&...
by The Vintage Nest on Oct 13, 2013

Raw Vegan Lasagne

My favorite recipe of the moment (it’s always changing) has to be the Raw Lasagna from Pure Food and Wine in New York City. Whoever can make gluten-free, raw, and vegan food taste that good is a true chef in my eyes. As I learned in culinary sc...
by Gourmet Gamine on Sep 19, 2013

Random Painted Décor and Furniture

Sometimes (Often) I start on several projects at once and forget to take before pictures. Of anything. This would be one of those times. But I wanted to show you some of the random painted décor and furniture I have been working on. I bought this wi...
by Plum Doodles on Sep 18, 2013

Heirloom Cherry Tomato Fettuccini

Chef Jeff Rossman published “From Terra’s Table: New American Food, Fresh from Southern California’s Organic Farms” *(Chefs Press, 2010)* to educate and promote the importance of changing school food programs into more local,...
by Family Focus Blog on Sep 14, 2013

Heirloom Cherry Tomato Fettuccini

Chef Jeff Rossman published “From Terra’s Table: New American Food, Fresh from Southern California’s Organic Farms” *(Chefs Press, 2010)* to educate and promote the importance of changing school food programs into more local,...
by Family Focus Blog on Sep 14, 2013

MARTIN SEEDS – THE SHOT I NEVER FORGOT

After the summer break, The Shot I Never Forgot sees Martin Seeds and his Grandfather share their thoughts through a box camera, whilst in Spain...
by OurWorldMyEye on Sep 11, 2013

Tomato Rainbow on Rustic Grilled Bread

I was so inspired by last month’s cover of Martha Stewart Living, I knew I had to recreate it. Instead of ombre, I decided to go for more variety in color and create a festive tomato rainbow instead. It’s a beautiful way to capture the se...
by Gourmet Gamine on Sep 6, 2013

{Birthday B.L.T. Sandwiches} Bacon, Lettuce & Heirloom Tomato

This past weekend, my life long best girlfriend traveled from Missouri with her husband to visit us at The Country House. As luck would have it, her Mr and I share our birthdate – it’s the very same year and everything! The last time he...
by ABCD Design on Sep 4, 2013

Garden Roses

Another post depicting the beautiful roses at Heirloom Rose Gardens in Dayton, Oregon. Just a fabulous place to visit when the roses are in bloom. Unfortunately, I didn't write down all the names of the roses as I photographed them...too busy taki...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Aug 31, 2013

Growing Litchi Tomato's

Even though is was a little late in the season I did mange to eventually sow my Litchi tomato seed which had purchased from a Mexican website, which you can read about HERE. I had virtually given up on the seedlings as to be honest I have slight...
by Mr Tomato King on Aug 18, 2013

Antique Roses

Heirloom Roses in Dayton, Oregon grows almost any kind of rose that you can imagine. And, some that you can't.   The first photo here is a unique depiction of a rose.  I love to do different things with my photography...I don't want you to...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Aug 17, 2013

Heirloom Roses

Nestled outside of St. Paul, Oregon is "Heirloom Roses". A must place to visit when you come to Oregon. Their rose garden displays are gorgeous! And, and you can usually purchase most of what is displayed in their gardens as "starts"...either there o...
by My Oregon Photography Blog on Aug 16, 2013

Baby Heirloom Tomatoes

Baby Heirloom Tomatoes Image by Renée S. Suen I love going to the Farmer’s Market at Nathan Phillips Square to pick up fresh produce. My weakness are the sungold tomatoes, so sweet and beautiful. I was so addicted that at one point I was buyin...

Trend-setting Vegetables

It’s not just fashion, hairstyles and interior design that have changing trends, even vegetables can be trend setters. The online Canadian foodie magazine, bon appétit traced vegetable trends over a period of more than four decades, and published...
by How to Grow Veggies on Aug 1, 2013


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