Here’s a June 2017 desktop calendar, free for you to download. Click here to skip to the desktop calendar to make your desktop pretty or keep reading!
May is a blur. I now have a real estate agent (yay!) and she informed me that I should probably pack up most of my cookbooks and props (boo!). Apparently there’s such a thing as “too many cookbooks” in an apartment. Who are these people buying condos that are turned off by a bookcase filled with cookbooks? Clearly not my friends. Oh well. The goal is to sell my place, so I listened to the agent. She is the expert, obviously. I’m just a girl who bought a condo off of Craigslist in a neighbourhood that was deemed “sketchy” by many, and then I filled said condo with cookbooks. I packed up as many cookbooks as I could temporarily part with, but I’m not moving until September and the idea of not having access to all my cookbooks at all times is worrisome. I had to make some tough decisions about which books stayed with me, and which books had to go. It kind of felt like I was picking my favourite child.
My month of May was not as productive as I would have liked (due to packing), but I did make this fantastic asparagus tart for Produce Made Simple and it’s one of my fave savoury bakes to date. Also, I was an ambassador for Table of Hope and we raised $110K net for the Share The Warmth school food program. Amazing! The most exciting news of all for me: I officially have rhubarb to bake with! Spoiler alert: there will be a yummy new rhubarb recipe on the blog next week, so stay tuned! If you aren’t subscribed, you might want to join my mailing list because that’s the best way to keep up on the latest from me. Don’t forget to check out my rhubarb roundup for some rhubarb inspiration in the meantime.
June 2017 Desktop Calendar
Below is a June 2017 desktop calendar, free for you to download. Simply click the size of the image you need below and the image will open in a new tab. Then download that image by right clicking on it to save it to your computer. Find the file in your folder of Downloads and right click on the image title to set the image as your wallpaper/desktop image.
Image source & recipe: Tea-roasted rhubarb and multigrain waffles