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Curry-Roasted Carrots with Yogurt Dressing

Recipe courtesy Kathryn Pfeffer of the blog One Hungry Bunny Serves 4 Ingredients 1 pound whole carrots, trimmed stems, sliced lengthwise if carrots are wider than 1...

No-Bake Butternut Bars

Recipe courtesy Angela Buchanan of the blog seasonalandsavory.com Serves 9-12 Ingredients Crust: 1½ cup pecan pieces ¼ cup coconut oil 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 tablespoon coconut sugar or brown sugar 1...

Pumpkin Bread Pudding

Recipe courtesy Jennifer Yu of the blog use real butter Serves 6-8 Ingredients 5 cups day-old baguette or crusty bread, cut into 1-inch cubes 6 tablespoons unsalted butter,...

A xeric garden that is reminiscent of the owner’s native country

When noosa yoghurt founder Koel Thomae wanted to redo the landscape at her newly remodeled home, her preferred landscaping style was Australian.

How to feed a crowd with less stress

Hosting a crowd for the holidays? Try a DIY food bar. They’re perfect for large parties, and you won’t have to gather intel on every guest’s allergies or dietary preferences.

Local creatures that terrify us—and why they really shouldn’t

Why do we fear creepy-crawly creatures—those unloved but generally harmless inhabitants of our backyards and beyond?

The Great Pumpkin Decorating Ideas

Pull out the stops with these easy pumpkin decorations that would make Linus happy. By Sara Bruskin Keep goblins at bay Hang scary gourds in a tree...

Feature Home: Window Stories

Boulder architect Sam Austin and contractor Jeff Lynch of Jeff Lynch Construction created an open, airy, comfortable home in this remarkable remodeled home.

Be More Tree

Alice Peck invites us on a spiritual journey as she examines the many benefits of trees in her book, Be More Tree, illustrated by artist Melissa Launay.

How to build a perfect summer charcuterie board

Bright flavors, a balance of sweet, savory, salty and buttery, varying textures and pleasing every palate are the keys to a good charcuterie plate.