Fuck Yeah Domesticity
Making a home is an ART and as such, it should be celebrated. So this is a celebration of all things domestic:

Cooking, gardening, decor, knitting, baking, cleaning, crocheting, sewing, and generally creating a nurturing and enriching home environment!
Fuck Yeah Domesticity
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"Anyone who says cooking doesn’t kick ass is not paying enough attention. Cooking is taking things from the earth and using fire and knives to make them delicious."
http://imgoingtodosciencetoitnow.tumblr.com (via fuckingrecipes)
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foodblogforthought:

Freshly baked Irish Soda Bread with a thick helping of butter and berry jam: by foodblogforthought

My mother occasionally gets into food obsessions, and Irish Soda bread seems to have been one of them. She made in total at least 5 batches, and it was almost like a comic story - the first one was so hard that it reminded me of the flour-less breads I had to eat when I was trekking in Everest, but they eventually progressed until finally she’d mastered it, and I was left with 2 batches of amazing Soda Bread to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner for some time afterwards. 
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ecosnobberysucks:

Turn a wine bottle into a hummingbird feeder
Winter’s grip may be at full strength, but the gradual warmth of spring is just around the corner.
Go ahead and polish off a few bottles of booze to prepare your yard or balcony for your feathered friends that return with that warmth.
We’ve talked about all kinds of clever uses for empty wine bottles before, but turning one into a bird feeder is a worthy addition to that list.
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greedygardener:

Savoy cabbage beginning to heart up
Just back from a brief but freezing trip to the allotment - I wasn’t there long but I got chilled to the bone and it took five miles of cycling before I was warmed up. It’s really difficult to find the motivation to get down there in the winter so it’s heartening to see things growing like this cabbage - it’ll be a few more weeks before it’s big enough to cut but it’s looking good already.
Even in winter, there’s always plenty to do. The ground’s too wet for digging at the moment, but I did plant out four rows of garlic; I usually do this in the autumn and I’m not quite sure why I didn’t this year. Garlic needs several weeks of proper cold weather before it will grow so if you’re planting in spring, it needs to be very early before the soil begins to warm up. There’s more snow forecast tomorrow, so I haven’t netted it, but will fill the rest of the bed with onions in a few weeks and cover the lot with fine mesh to keep the allium leaf miner at bay.
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oceantides:

by Brian W. Ferry
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by Brian W. Ferry
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by Brian W. Ferry
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by Brian W. Ferry
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by Brian W. Ferry
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by Brian W. Ferry
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by Brian W. Ferry
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squaremeal:

(via Dr Ola’s kitchen: Spinach-Feta Muffins. Spinat-Feta Muffins. مافنز السبانخ والجبنة الفيتا)
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podkins:

Lucy’s Blooming Flower
We have all seen those amazing pics of the Blooming Flower Cushion crocheted by Lucy from Attic24 right?  Well, then check out her tutorial here.  Easy instructions and pics to follow.  
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