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HOMEMADE LIVING: KEEPING BEES

 

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Sneak Peek

Here’s a little treat for you, dear friends. The images above are some Polaroid outtakes the lovely Jen Altman took for my new book with Roost. They’re from a gathering we hosted out here last weekend, highlighting southern cuisine.

I’ll give you little glimpses of the book whenever I can. It’s an absolute blast working on this project, and Jen has a wonderful ability to capture people and places in a way that showcases the beauty present in everything.

It’s going to be an epic adventure. Just. You. Wait.

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