July 29, 2013

Pork & Bok Choy Dumplings

I had a hankering for dumplings one day, and went to my favorite go to recipe. Cabbage & Pork Dumplings. I used Bok Choy because it looked fresh in the market. Whipped um together & steamed them. The dipping sauce is made of garlic, ginger, green onions, red wine vinegar, soy sauce and sugar. Perfection.

July 24, 2013

Homemade RingDings

Or (if you weren't from the East Coast) as I knew them as a kid, Ding Dongs! I used a scalloped scone cutter, because I only had a huge smooth one . . . so these were tall and ridged. Also used this recipe from Beantown Baker. I found my ganache seemed a little more "sticky" than I would have preferred. Next time I'll cut back on the heavy cream. But otherwise SUPER delicious :)



July 18, 2013

Fused Plastic Bag Envelope Tutorial

Check out this tutorial I put together for You Are My Fav Blog! It's a great way to use up all those old plastic bags you have stuffed somewhere!

July 10, 2013

Humunuku at Terrain

We have a new stockist! After making, wrapping, and packing a ton of soaps, they are finally on their way to the beautiful TERRAIN.

If you haven't already seen or been to Terrain in Pennsylvania or Connecticut, it is a must! They are part of the Urban Outfitters &Anthropologie stores and have beautifully handmade gifts and goods. 
We love their aesthetic and are so excited to have our hand made & wrapped soaps in their gorgeous shops! 


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July 9, 2013

Saving Your Images

Once you've spend the time, money and effort to take either beautiful professional photos or ones of your own, this is a list of great ways to save your images!  

We hope you enjoy your wedding day photographs for years to come. To ensure that you never loose these images, we recommend you back them up. There are a few ways you can do that including the following. 

Back the images up on your computer or external Hard Drive. Make a folder dedicated to only your wedding images and copy your images from the disk to the folder. 

Copy the disks. Buy multiple Blank Disks and make back up copies of all your images and make sure to store them in different places. 

Online Storages. There are many online photo storages that will store your images for a small fee. Apple, Amazon and Flickr are a few examples.

Printing. A great way to keep your images for a long time (and to enjoy looking at them easily) is getting prints made. We offer a variety of print and book options to keep your images forever.