Posted by Nancy on Nov 30th 2019
Shop locally, support artist friends
Enjoy a weekend adventure at home on Bainbridge Island!
One Weekend -- Three self-guided art tours on Bainbridge Island with 19 host sites showcasing over 100 local artisans
Tour maps available on the websites
Christmas in the Country
Dec. 6, 7 & 8
Fri & Sat, 10a -5p
Dec. 6, 7 & 8 10a - 5p
Dec. 6, 7 & 8 10a - 5p
Check out these events calendars to find even more reasons to make Bainbridge Island your destination for getting into the holiday spirit!
Sweetlife Farm has plenty of Bainbridge Brittle
Need a snack for a Sunday afternoon football crowd? This fits the bill! Our friend Lynn came up with this version of an iconic recipe, and it goes fast every time we put it out.
Purchase Cocoa Local online, at Sweetlife Farm, Bay Hay and Feed, or Bon-Bon chocolates
Mark your Calendar for Christmas in the Country at Sweetlife Farm!December 6, 7 & 8: Friday & Saturday, 10AM-5PM; Sunday 11-5The Sweetlife Studio will be stuffed to the rafters with handmade gifts you can use, all made in-house by Bob and Nancy in our WSDA certified farm kitchen, while three additional artisans will be showcasing their wares downstairs.Sweetlife [...]
Natural apple cider vinegar is touted by many to have significant health benefits. Some are simply anecdotal, while others are backed by scientific research, A simple Google search will lead you to sites like this one. The bottom line: apple cider vinegar tastes great, may have health benefits, and is not likely to hurt you....We have [...]
Nettles--a common weed--are the superfood of springtime, boasting high levels of protein and plant-digestible iron, and are also high in vitamins A, C, and D as well as calcium, potassium, and manganese. To eat nettles, you have to know how to identify and where to find them, and then how to render them stingless. It's also [...]
November 30-December 2, 2018 10AM-5PM Friday and Saturday 11AM-5PM Sunday We create Sweetlife provisions to supply your pantry and personal care needs - or to give to [...]
Times are tumultuous and the health of our nation, democracy and the people who live here are in a scary state of flux.It's common for old folks to wax poetically about the good 'ole days. There are lots of great things about the past worth remembering and keeping. Other stuff, not so much, and we [...]
It's late September as I write this, and the pears are dangling from their branches like ornaments. They called to me the other day as I was cleaning up the raised vegetable beds, and I felt compelled to take a break and enjoy one in all its juicy splendor. My friend TJ, served a salad [...]
It's feeling like summer (sunny, temps in the 70's and 80's; not always the case in "Junuary" in the Pacific Northwest), and the berries are coming on strong. The strawberries start off the season here, and we have been enjoying them on our cereal and in a strawberry pie. I also did a riff on [...]