About Michelle

Novice gardener. Loving wife. Thrift shopper. Lover of food, cheese in particular. Canning enthusiast. Maker of things, all kinds. Founder, Rosy Blu Handmade and Rosy Blu Vintage. Blogger. Etsy shop owner. Happy to meet you!

You can learn more about me here, or click on any of the "Let's be social" links located at the top of the left column. Thanks for visiting Rosy Blu! Or just read my blog posts below...turns out I think of a lot of stuff to write about.

What’s for dinner, Molly Mogren Katt?

Paleo egg bake recipe

This post is part of a series called What’s for Dinner?, in which I invite my favorite bloggers, business owners and online personalities to share with you their own go-to recipes, the favorite meals, snacks, drinks they make over and over again. You’ll get to meet some of my online friends, and we’ll all get […]

5 reasons to sharpen your knives right this minute

5 reasons to sharpen your knives right now

When’s the last time you sharpened your knives? If your answer is “I don’t remember,” then you need to a) read this and b) prepare yourself to get up immediately afterwards to do something about it. Ready? Let’s do this. 1. It’s really not rocket science. You’ll need a knife sharpener, and you’ll need to know how […]

Thanksgiving brunch menu

Pumpkin Pudding

Happy, happy Wednesday! Don’t you just love the abbreviated week followed by a looong weekend? Like many Americans, I’m thinking about food today. Jon and I are hosting my parents, brother and aunt for brunch tomorrow morning, then we’ll be headed to Jon’s dad’s house for a nice big dinner and football. (Can I get […]

Favorite recipes + tips for a fondue party

Fondue Party

Full disclosure: this blog post has an agenda. I want to return to a simpler time, when families and friends sat around the table, skewering morsels of food and dipping them in cheese. (Or chocolate. I’m not picky.) Let’s bring back fondue, shall we? On Friday, a wonderful woman named Ann purchased a vintage fondue pot […]

The fastest + easiest way to peel garlic cloves

How to peel garlic cloves

I cook with garlic all. the. time. In pasta, in quiche, in cheeseballs…garlic bread, garlic butter fries, garlic mashed potatoes. If it’s got garlic in it, you can pretty much guarantee I’m having seconds. The peeling of the garlic cloves is always kind of a pain, though, right? Smashing the clove with the side of […]

What’s for dinner, Allie Lehman?

Chobani Greek Yogurt Chicken Salad

This post is part of a series called What’s for Dinner?, in which I invite my favorite bloggers, business owners and online personalities to share with you their own go-to recipes, the favorite meals, snacks, drinks they make over and over again. You’ll get to meet some of my online friends, and we’ll all get […]

6 questions to ask when decluttering…anything.

Decluttering tips when you are stuck

Anyone who’s been around here for more than two seconds can tell I’m obsessed with the theme of beautiful, loved and useful. As a litmus test for what to keep or allow into your life, it’s pure gold. Having this threshold for the type of possessions you want to own, the relationships you want to […]

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What's for dinner? If you don't know the answer, you might need this.