by Joan Dye Gussow – A wonderful book about how a garden sustains a person beyond the food that it provides.  The story of her garden is her story of survival … of being transplanted into a new community, of a horrendous remodeling experience, of the death of her husband, […]

Recent Reads – May 2012

I am rebooting my blog … it has been awhile since I have posted and I wanted to make a new start!  So, I am going to be changing a lot of things up here in the next bit … sorry for any outages or other strange behavior that may […]

AQCM reboot!

Been busy and will hopefully post more soon! In case you have missed them, I have done a couple of more posts for the BSHS: Brasserie Cantillon Brouwerij, Brussels Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C. Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture, Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C. Plus, I am teaching […]

Been Awhile …

Just upgraded the comments on the site from the standard WordPress ones to a plug-in powered by Disqus.  The service will let you use a single sign-in across the web … it integrates with Facebook and Twitter accounts, plus works with a range of other services. Cheers!

Comments Upgraded

GE Monitor-top Refrigerator, 1929
I have posted about the Antique Appliance company before and the stove they have which would make a great addition to my future kitchen … but they also do fridges! Of all the vintage fridges that they have, the most iconic to me has to be the GE Monitor Top.  […]

Vintage Fridge | GE Monitor Tops