For full disclosure, I’ve been a fan of MaryJane Butters for well over a decade. Each issue of her organic lifestyle magazine feels more like a piece of art in my hand than an actual magazine. I keep each issue and love to flip back through them so that I can be re-inspired by the stories and tempted by the delicious recipes. I subscribe to her “farmgirl” precepts, regardless of where I might be living at the time.
This is her latest book:
In true MaryJane fashion, it is fantastic. Gorgeous photography. Practical advice. It tugs at the heartstrings. I’ve wanted a vintage camper for a very long time (and even owned one for a while, until we realized it was too damaged to be able to practically restore) and this book makes it seem possible. Not only is it full of delicious recipes, there are adorable craft projects scattered throughout. And the restoration tips for vintage campers are so helpful to a total novice like me. Thanks to this book, I can honestly say that 1958 Airstream Bubble will be mine eventually!
Wife, proud Jew, full-time career woman, writer, blogger, avid RVer, reader, crafter, dog mom, amateur historian. Dream of climbing Mt. Rainier. Although a Hoosier by birth, the Pacific Northwest is my home.