By Marjorie Magazine A piece of the Mediterranean looms on the shores of the San Francisco Bay. North of the the Golden Gate Bridge lies a picturesque destination that was once a fishing village for the Bay Area, a gem of Marin called Sausalito. With waterfront views, hillside homes tucked neatly among the dark green… Read More Spending Time in Sausalito like it’s 1955
Story and Photos by Heather Barnes What is a shrub?A shrub is a fruit flavored vinegar and a way of preserving seasonal fruit. Drinking vinegar has been around since the Babylonians, who mixed date vinegar with their water to make it safe to drink. Fast-forward to 15th century England, prior to refrigeration, fruit was preserved… Read More Sensational Shrubs!
By Marjorie Magazine Pies and popsicles. Summer snackin’ couldn’t get any closer to heaven than those two, wouldn’t you agree? So combine them into the best non-baked goodie of the season with our buttermilk popsicle pie, a creative twist that keeps you cool and sweetens up those hot afternoons. Rather than freeze into popsicle molds,… Read More A Buttermilk “Pop” Pie to Catch your Summer Eye
Summer cool offs can be polarizing, whether it be a crisp yet classic lemonade or a stronger punch of sangria guzzled by the glass on the porch. But for us, sweet tea is the perfect medium in spicing up your refreshments. A Southern staple, sweet tea is more of a cultural icon than a choice… Read More A Peach Orange Sweet Tea Recipe to Sip On