Seeing Green

Seeing Green

Find Your Favorite Shade

In preparation for the coming of Spring, St. Patrick’s Day, and new growth, we decided to gather up some of our favorite green hued products, all the way from emerald to mint. Avoid getting pinched for your lack of green, and find your inspiration for the fast approaching holiday in the vignettes and product selections below, as well as a tasty green recipe from SEESaltTV!

Seeing Green

PHOTO: Left, c/o GR Home; Right, c/o Thibaut

Seeing Green


 1. Malta Grass Art     2. Imperial Jade Pillow     3. Leather Tassel     4. Gold Leaf Etagere     5. Raja Kelly Pillow      6. Foley Green Lamp      7. Green Geometric Pillow     8. Olive Gator PAK


Seeing Green

PHOTO: c/o Peaks & Rafters
Seeing Green
PHOTO: c/o Peaks & Rafters
Seeing Green

9. Apple Green Paint     10. Sullivan Green Paint     11. Tansy Green Paint     12. Double Bulb Vase     13. Green Glass Lamp     14. Green Chandelier     15. Georgia Glass Pitcher     16. Emerald Glass Lamp     17. Kelly Green Pillow     18. Ambrose Arm Chair


 
Seeing Green
PHOTO: c/o Pencil and Paper Co

Seeing Green

PHOTO: Melissa Jill Photography
Simple Zucchini Noodles
 
Author:
Ingredients
  • 3 zucchinis
  • pamesean cheese
  • ¼ cup pine nuts
  • 1 small clove garlic minced
  • olive oil
  • I lemon zested
  • sea salt & pepper
Instructions
  1. Cut both ends off zucchini and place on spiralizer. To accomplish the spaghetti like noodles choose the correct blade by referring to your manual. Keep in mind the more pressure you put on the zucchini as you spiralize it the tighter of a curl it will be. We prefer the looser noodles. Lay noodles out to dry on a paper towel while prepping.
  2. In a dry skillet. Toast pine nuts. Set aside.
  3. Place a small amount of olive oil in the bottom of a large skillet. Saute garlic. When garlic is finished add zucchini noodles. Cook on medium heat very briefly just to slightly warm and soften.
  4. Transfer to your serving bowl. Toss in lemon zest, pine nuts, fresh parmesan, and lots of salt and pepper. Serve with additional parmesan and pine nuts on top.

Seeing Green

PHOTO: Melissa Jill Photography

Seeing Green

PHOTO: c/o Peaks & Rafters

Mesa, US

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