Ahh, fall. The air chills, leaves turn gold, russet and crimson, and our gardens offer up their last. This year, my family has its first crop of Honeycrisp apples, all the more precious for their scarcity. Long before the apple-picking season arrives I search for odd baskets and hampers — the markets and ten cent … More Fall Recipes from Emilie Loring’s Kitchen
When I retired from college teaching, it was because I wanted to do more, not less. I heard the siren call of passions I’d kept on the sidelines and new interests I wanted to explore. When people asked what I was going to do, I said I wasn’t retiring, I was redirecting. With Emilie’s voice in … More “Redirection,” Not Retirement
The lure of summer is timeless; the desire is universal. … More Summer Reading, Summer Possibilities
Under this year’s Christmas tree was an intriguing present: “To Patti from Emilie Loring.” That would be some trick! Of course, I knew it was from my husband, but what had he discovered? A hardback I don’t have yet? Something from a Boston or Blue Hill gift shop? Excitedly, I opened the gift bag… and … More A Present from Emilie Loring
Oh, the rejuvenating effects of a hot cup of tea and excellent company! … More Time Out for a Special Tea Party
Many of us love Emilie Loring’s books, because we see ourselves in them. We share her gumption in striving toward a vision, her belief in the best and her sunshiny outlook. This post is dedicated to Ellen Jenken, the creator of a wonderful Emilie Loring garden and the inspiration for our annual tea, with a … More Love Shared Is Love Multiplied
Welcome to our annual, Emilie Loring tea! Check back often for new photos and stories! … More Welcome to our Emilie Loring tea! Do come in!