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Avocado Appreciation Post
Happy National Guacamole Day to all who celebrate (that's everyone, right?)! We're marking the day by sharing Team FIND member Monica Lopez's should be famous guacamole recipe. But first (no, we're not going to share a heartbreaking and long story about how much avocados mean to us), a quick internet search turned up two alternative monikers for everyone's favorite savory berry that we want to share: alligator pear and/or butter fruit. Interesting! And, accurate. Use this nugget of trivia with friends and family around a molcajete of Monica's guac. Ok, on to the recipe. Monica's Guacamole Recipe - 4 avocado- 1/2 diced onion - Juice of...
Bring Fall Into Your Home
We've now entered into one of our favorite times of year, and we couldn't be happier with all the Fall feels October brings. From sweater weather (can't say those words together without thinking of this) and cozy blankets to festive decor accents and luxurious candles, we have everything in store to bring Fall into your home. Time to get cozy! One of the easiest ways to bring seasonal vibes to any space is with candles and home fragrance accessories. Our collection of NEST candles, diffusers, liquid soaps, wall diffusers and more are lusciously scented and add so much beauty to kitchens, bathrooms...
Here for Heartell Press' Latest Collection
We're big fans of local artist Rachel Kroh and her Heartell Press line of letterpress printed greeting cards and art prints, made from hand-carved woodblocks. Her design style is inspired and the corresponding messages are beautiful, sentimental and heartfelt. When we heard she was breaking into the textile category with kitchen towels, we jumped right on board and placed an order for The FIND. While preparing to launch Heartell Press' Generous Kitchen Towels in store and online, we had a quick chat with Rachel herself about this wonderful new offering from her brand. What was your inspiration for this new...
Give What You Can Food Drive
We're so excited to be participating in the Give What You Can Food Drive, along with a handful of other indie, local businesses: House to Home, Fancy & Staple, The Bob Salon, Katali Boutique & Chic The Boutique. Nancy from The Tiny Shed brought the issue to our collective attention and wanted to do something to help out our community, and we couldn't be more on board! Last week we became aware of a severe hunger crisis in our own backyard. According to Wane.com “The COVID-19 pandemic is causing the worst food crisis in modern times. Some health experts are saying Indiana hasn’t seen starvation...