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Eats // Marbled strawberry coconut popsicles


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photos and recipe by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

I recently went to my friend’s city apartment and discovered that he was hiding a glorious, secret garden in his backyard! Not only did he have lemons, apples, rosemary and even sorrel, he had the ripest, juiciest, sweetest strawberries that were just waiting to be picked. He kindly let me “harvest” them and I proudly went home with my fresh, organic strawberries.

Of course, I knew I had to make something as beautiful as the strawberries were, so out came these refreshing strawberry coconut popsicles. I love them because they’re so beautiful, easy to make, and gluten free! 

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Eats // Homemade chai latte ice cream


homemade chai latte ice cream recipe | sugarandcloth.com homemade chai latte ice cream recipe | sugarandcloth.com I distinctly remembering one of our childhood babysitters forcing us to play outside from morning until lunch time, which thinking back on how hot it is in wide open West Virginia fields in the summer, that was probably borderline child cruelty. Then again our other option was to stay inside with her four inch tall chihuahua that was hateful enough to have made Cruella Deville do all of the running, so we probably just preferred it that way.

Nonetheless, ice cream was always a welcome cool down that I’ve loved for as long as I can remember, and when Wayfair asked for me to recreate a childhood summer memory, it was a no-brainer and this homemade chai latte ice cream recipe is a bit more mature than my once go-to cookies and cream favorite. This time around for the cherry on top, I’ll be giving away a $100 gift card to Wayfair on Instagram today, so keep an eye out! Read More

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Eats // S’mores bark


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I hope everyone had a lovely, long 4th of July weekend! Some of my fondest memories growing up were having 4th of July bonfires and fireworks at my Dad’s house. S’mores were always must, but getting my Dad to let us play with fire once the holiday was over was a different story (parents, ya know?!). Alas, I’ve now spent my adult life on a long journey to continuously revive my inner child through crafts and overly sugary recipes, and now I present to you s’mores bark…

Because we all know the world needs another quick way to make a decent s’more, this recipe includes all of the ingredients you’d normally have to use four hands to finagle into one little piece of bark. All you have to do is add the graham cracker buns on each end a quick sit in the microwave for an impromptu sugar party of your very own (sans the fire). All of you city kids out there can thank me later.

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Eats // Moody cherry tarts


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photos and recipe contributed by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

There’s nothing like an awful fight with the flu to make a girl realize how glorious food really is. Now I, Nanette, am back to full health, and making up for lost time in many delicious ways.

One thing I really missed eating? Fresh, juicy fruit especially during the heart of summer. This cherry mascarpone fruit tart was the first thing I made after my recovery, and I absolutely adore it. The creamy cheese taste just like ice cream, and the cherry, well, it’s literally the cherry on top! 

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