Cherry Watermelon Wedge Salad

By Libbie Summers Photography by Teresa Earnest Assisted by David Dempsey When my son was young, he called a watermelon wedge diced in the rind “fancy melon”. In toddler Jenga fashion, his tiny fingers would strategically pull out the diced pieces from the rind bringing on contagious juicy giggles. With a few simple cuts,... Read More »

Bandana Napkin Folding

by Libbie Summers Assisted by David Dempsey If you’re the person who gave me this book years and years ago…thank you. For the life of me, I can’t remember who it was or when it was or where I put my keys an hour ago. Nevertheless, this was a fun reference to pull out... Read More »

DIY: Custom Dying Bandanas

by Libbie Summers Assisted by David Dempsey A tied bandana around your neck is the accessory of the year! Bright colors of red, blue or yellow are easy to find, but I wanted more muted colors of pinks, yellows, greens and oranges…tropical colors. So we made some! Follow this simple step by step guide... Read More »

Tropical Bandanas and 4 Ways to Use Them (VIDEO)

by Libbie Summers Assisted by David Dempsey Hand-dyed and inspired by the colors of tropical fruit, these bandanas aren’t just for tying around your neck! I share 4 ways to take a bandana from ordinary to extraordinary! Read More »

Red Velvet Balloon Dog Biscuits

By Libbie Summers Assisted by David Dempsey For the fun-loving and heath conscious dog! Red Velvet Balloon Dog Biscuits yield varies based on the size of your cutter What you need: 6-7 medium canned beets (drained) 1/4 teaspoon chicken base (can substitute beef or ham…The Bitch likes them all) 1 egg 1-2 cups whole... Read More »