Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Pea and Asparagus Soup is a delightful way to sample fresh spring produce.
Album ID: 1780956
Transform vases ?for spring
Photos by Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin These simple glass vases were transformed into creative, colorful pieces using rubber bands, stickers and spray paint.
Album ID: 1780957
Organize with flair
Rob Kerr / The Bulletin Plant labels made of wood shapes painted with chalkboard paint and glued to tongue depressors are easy and low cost to make.
Album ID: 1780955
Photos by Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Honest Baking co-owners Mary Skrzynski, left, and Cate McDonald make pizza together in the kitchen at McDonald?s home in Bend. The two started the business out of McDonald?s home kitchen but have since moved to a commercial one to keep up with demand.
Album ID: 1778500
A fresh take on carrots
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Carrots marinated in a mixture of vodka and vinegar make a tasty appetizer.
Album ID: 1778501
Beautifying fan blades
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Recovering fan blades with fabric or paper is a fun way to add color and pattern to a room.
Album ID: 1770573
Middle Eastern street fare
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Labneh yogurt from Joolz restaurant in Bend.
Album ID: 1770570
Do it: Winterize and save on your energy bills
Album ID: 1742124
Rustle up some Brussels sprout deliciousness
Joe Kline / The Bulletin For a new take on Brussels sprouts, have you considered frying?
Album ID: 1742125
Photos by Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Savory Spice Shop owners Matt and Betsy Perry try to introduce their kids, Jack, 3, and Julia, 6 months, to new flavors and spices.