Category Archive: Katherine Corrigan photography

Mar 28 2014

Coddling Eggs

Coddling Eggs- Coddling eggs reminds me of my childhood. Rainy days and coddled eggs and little toast soldiers (strips of lightly toasted bread) ready for dipping. My sweet Mother always had pretty porcelain egg coddling cups lined up in a row in our cupboard. I admired their pretty painted patterns and bright silver lids, they …

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Mar 24 2014

The Art Of French Toast

The Art Of French Toast- Julia Child perfected the art of French cooking and I’m working on The Art Of French Toast ,giggle. I’ve shared my simple dairy free french toast recipe with you in the past ( you can find it here) But, this weekend I was playing around a bit and created this …

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Mar 21 2014

Sharing Happy

Sharing Happy- Yesterday was international happiness day. Isn’t it wonderful that there is a day celebrating happiness in every country in the world simultaneously. Sharing Happy who thought of that? I love it ♥ I will try and keep this from being a smushy mushy gush fest of joy and gratitude.  There are so many …

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Dec 24 2013

Merry Christmas from Katherines Corner

Merry Christmas from Katherines Corner   As we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior we rejoice in all that is good, kind and loving. I am blessed to have a life rich in all of these things. Thank you for being part of it.   Therefore the Lord himself will give you a …

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Dec 23 2013

Blog Post 1000 How To Seed A Pomegranate

How to Seed a Pomegranate Blog Post 1000 Today is my 1000th blog post!  I am rather excited by the great magnitude of that number. It is a big bowl full of happy to know not only that I have shared with you 1000 times. But, that many of you have been reading what I …

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Dec 20 2013

Our Christmas Home Tour

Our Christmas Home Tour I was reading in the living room and enjoying the twinkle of the Christmas tree lights when it occurred to me that I should take some time to share our home with you. I finished my tea and started snapping photos. Welcome to our Christmas home tour. I have seen some …

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Dec 17 2013

Cookies for Santa

Cookies for Santa Leaving cookies for Santa is a tradition that started as a result of an old Scandinavian Mythology. A story about a hunter named Odin and his hunting buddies. they flew through the sky on their Yule hunting adventures. Children would leave hay and treats for the hunter’s eight legged horse. The children …

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Nov 04 2013

Lactose Free Sour Cream Chive Potato Soup

Lactose Free Sour Cream Chive Potato Soup I use lactose free milk and sour cream for this and many of my recipes. Because among the many things I can’t eat/drink I can’t have dairy. This never stops me from cooking and baking though.    You can make this yummy potato soup recipe with “regular” milk …

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Sep 27 2013

Chrysanthemum Autumns Flower

Chrysanthemum Autumn’s Flower I know Autumn is on the way when my chrysanthemums begin to bloom. Autumn’s Flowers arrive and help us welcome the change of seasons with beautiful colors of amber, yellow purple and reds. Chrysanthemums Amber, purple and orange hue Chrysanthemums now get their dew With summers blooms all now long gone Autumn’s …

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Jul 31 2013

Onions On The Windowsill

Onions On The Windowsill You may have noticed the onions drying on the windowsill in my Unplugged post. I love the way the sunlight and shadows look in the morning. It’s a beautiful still life image. I find art in many places. Who would have thought a bowl filled with onions would be so pretty. …

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Jul 26 2013

Get Unplugged

We often put a lot of pressure on ourselves to get things done. To finish the to do lists, to be a great parent, a great partner, a great spouse, great friend , great grandparent,  a great blogger, etc. We kick our own bums , figuratively ( but, if you can manage to do this …

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Jul 17 2013

Hollyhocks In The Sun

Hollyhocks The heat and water rationing has been taking its toll on our lawn and flower garden. Sadly we have lost several beautiful plants and containers filled with lovelies too. But, the hollyhocks (Alcea rosea) seem happy with the heat and the bright sunshine as they stand tall in all their beauty. Each bloom reminds …

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Jun 26 2013

Carrots Are Not Just For Bunnies

Carrots Carrots Are Not Just For Bunnies We pulled our first carrots from the garden last night! Sweet little tender beauties, we quickly devoured them in a salad made from garden fresh butter crunch lettuce, peas, strawberries and raw almonds ( fresh from the market). Topped with just a  just a drizzle of vinaigrette. Yum. …

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Jun 21 2013

Green Garden

Green Garden It’s the first official day of summer today. Although we have been experiencing “summer like” temperatures over the past couple of weeks. Our garden has a love- hate relationship with the heat. Some plants thrive while others are hanging in there. We are conserving water in our area too. So watering only a …

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