Winter came early this year. It began exactly on November 10, when I opened my eyes to this scene outside. I’ve been trying to make the best of it—baking and cooking a lot. Also we got a new rug, which has changed everything and I don’t know how we ever did without it. I love … Read More
Greetings from our Thanksgiving test kitchen, where we are turning pumpkin pie indifference into love.
Scenes from Germany vs United States.
Learning how to make pie crust this summer!
Meet our new production vehicle extraordinaire.
What a week of snow looks like in Minnesota: insane snow piles, beautiful shadows, and snowy bridges.
A frozen waterfall, a treasure hunt, and an illuminated evening ski race on a frozen lake.
She came running full speed out of the woods and down the hill—and made straight for us.
Despite freezing temperatures, this holiday tradition brings people into the streets and makes the city feel alive.
Sky, treetops, city skyline, distant sparkling towers, and neighboring rooftops.
We’re on the ground, we own a car, it’s cold, and there are turkeys.
Farewell to our city.