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CARLY

SAN DIEGO

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Vol. 4 Issue 9

SOLD! 3545 Lakeview Dr. | Julian CA

TO MARKET, TO MARKET Buying Farm Fresh

DISTINCTIVE HOMES

GLOBAL MARKETING

SUPERIOR SERVICE

Carly Dorendorf

The Fifth Wall

Direct: 619.277.2883 Carly.Dorendorf@SothebysRealty.com CalBRE #01955730

The City Different

Office: 619.269.2266 | Fax: 619.269.3766 | 8310 La Mesa Blvd. | La Mesa, CA 91942

YOUR GATEWAY TO SAN DIEGO REAL ESTATE If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

Produced by DLP Marketing • (480)460-0996 • DLPmarketing.com

Celebrating the Ceiling Santa Fe, New Mexico

Southern Shrimp & Grits Grassroots Kitchen & Tap

Presented By Carly Dorendorf


Old MacDonald had a FARMERS’ MARKET

Santa Fe New Mexico

Things are

LOOKING UP N

ow that you’ve spent countless hours picking the perfect paint colors for your walls, we’ve got the new interior decorating challenge for you. Picking the perfect paint color for your ceiling! That’s right … it’s time to think of your ceiling as your fifth wall. Plain old white ceilings are a thing of the past as decorators and homeowners have discovered a whole new way to add a signature look to a room.

Welcome to The City Different! Santa Fe, New Mexico is a magical, exuberant, colorful journey at any time of year. The legendary history and culture will fascinate and inspire you. Numerous art galleries and diverse visual arts span ancient traditional art to the most contemporary, making it the third largest and one of the most important art markets in the country. Settle yourself into world class accommodations, partake of sumptuous regional cuisine and treat yourself to colorful markets and experience why Santa Fe has been considered a legendary trading center for hundreds of years. Not only is Santa Fe the oldest US capital city, it boasts 300 sunny days per year and more than 1 million visitors annually. Source: SantaFe.org

An eye-catching accent ceiling is nothing new, of course. After all, Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel ceiling way back in 1508. We don’t recommend anything quite that elaborate but the ceiling does often seem to be a missed design opportunity. For many, making the most of the fifth wall will mean choosing a paint color. And sure, there are times that experts do recommend the mainstay white. Say, when there is little natural light in the room or you are trying to disguise imperfections in older ceilings. But think beyond white: Light colored ceilings can help give a natural, airy feel to a room. Light blue, for example, may help make a room feel like it is under a beautiful open sky. A light yellow ceiling can make a room feel as though it’s filled with sunshine. Dark colors – think navy blue or dark mocha brown – can actually give a room contrast and make it feel larger than what one might expect. When paired with white walls, a dark ceiling color is a dramatic and beautiful choice. Other new ideas: Wrap the ceiling into one wall by using one dramatic color. The rest of the room can stay white for major impact. Or why not consider wallpaper for the ceiling for a truly unique look? Adding a stenciled pattern or freeform design on the ceiling can also give your space a fun and modern feel. For those lucky enough with tray or coffered ceilings, you have opportunity to highlight the architectural details of your home by selecting contrasting colors for the recessed ceiling elements. Try painting the ceiling squares a bright color or paint the contrasting trim a darker color and leave the recessed ceiling parts white. Either way, coffered and tray ceilings are sure to catch the eye. There’s definitely more than paint when it comes to ceiling options. Some homeowners are using reclaimed wood panels for a rustic look or beadboard to the ceiling to give it a cottage look. When it comes to ceilings, the sky really is the limit!

HOMEWISE

A

s the air cools and the seasons begin to change, it’s time to head to the farmers’ market for fresh fall produce … think pumpkins, apples, gourds, and colorful mums. These days, you’ll even find vendors offering artisanal breads, organic and free-range meats and dairy products, as well as everything from local honey and homemade salsa to fresh cut flowers and doggy treats. Seems almost every town has a local market these days. Farmers’ markets are indeed gaining in popularity every year, in the U.S. growing from under 2,000 in 1994 to more than 8,600 today, according to the USDA. And that’s a good thing for you and your family as well as for the farmers and vendors themselves. Just how did this trend come to be? The first known farmers’ market in the U.S. took place in 1730 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. From the town’s origins, the planners placed a 120-square-foot lot in the city center to serve as a marketplace for farmers. Boy did that idea catch on! Of course, choosing fresh and local produce is a healthy choice for you and your family. But it’s also beneficial for the farmers and vendors, who are getting a good price for their harvest by cutting out the middleman and selling directly to you, the consumer. Besides, being outdoors and walking around the stalls and tables is not only good exercise, it’s also a fun atmosphere that puts you in touch with your community.

One of the best aspects of a farmers’ market is the access you have to the farmers themselves. You can ask them directly, where is your farm located? Are the crops grown organically? How long ago were these berries picked? Sometimes the farmers will even share recipes for their favorite family dishes. After all, buying asparagus from your local grower is guaranteed to taste fresher and more delicious than ones grown in Peru. An apple from your state will be sweeter than one grown and shipped from down under. You’ll also be eating in season, which is how nature intended it to be. If you aren’t already visiting a farmers’ market near you, log onto localfarmmarkets.org to find one in your state or wherever you are visiting. You can also visit pickyourown.org to find a list of farms that allow direct access to the fields, a great idea for kids and families. So grab a basket and your sunglasses and happy shopping!

Southern Shrimp & Grits

FLAVORFUL

TRAVEL TIME

INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

8 ea 2 c 1/2 c

To make the relish, add 2 tbsp oil to large pot and bring to medium high heat. Add sausage and ham then brown for 5 minutes. Add remaining oil, plus onions, celery and bell peppers. Cook for 10 minutes until vegetables are tender. Add garlic and shrimp, cooking for 5 minutes until shrimp is pink. In separate bowl mix chicken stock, corn starch and Worcestershire together then add mixture to pot. Stir well. Bring mixture to a boil and cook for 3 minutes.

Southern shrimp, grilled Jalapeno cheddar grits Tasso ham relish Parsley, chopped

TASSO HAM RELISH 1/4 c Olive oil 2 c Grilled Andouille sausage, chopped 1/4” 1/2 c Tasso ham, minced 2 c Onions, chopped 1/4” 1 c Celery, chopped 1/4” 1 c Red bell pepper, chopped 1/4” 2 tbsp Garlic, minced 1/2 c Chicken stock 1/4 c Worcestershire 1 tbsp Corn starch JALAPENO CHEDDAR GRITS 2 c Heavy cream 2 c Chicken stock 1 c Grits 4 tbsp Butter 4 oz White cheddar

For the grits, add cream and chicken stock in a pot and heat medium high until boiling. Slowly add grits while whisking. Lower heat and cover, whisking every 3-4 minutes to keep grits from sticking. Cook for 20-25 minutes. Remove heat and add cheese a little at a time while whisking until incorporated. Stir in jalapenos. Grill shrimp over high heat until medium-well and light char marks appear. Before removing shrimp from grill, lightly brush with butter. In serving bowl first add grits, then relish and top with 8 grilled southern shrimp. Garnish with chopped parsley.

GrassrootsAZ.com


Old MacDonald had a FARMERS’ MARKET

Santa Fe New Mexico

Things are

LOOKING UP N

ow that you’ve spent countless hours picking the perfect paint colors for your walls, we’ve got the new interior decorating challenge for you. Picking the perfect paint color for your ceiling! That’s right … it’s time to think of your ceiling as your fifth wall. Plain old white ceilings are a thing of the past as decorators and homeowners have discovered a whole new way to add a signature look to a room.

Welcome to The City Different! Santa Fe, New Mexico is a magical, exuberant, colorful journey at any time of year. The legendary history and culture will fascinate and inspire you. Numerous art galleries and diverse visual arts span ancient traditional art to the most contemporary, making it the third largest and one of the most important art markets in the country. Settle yourself into world class accommodations, partake of sumptuous regional cuisine and treat yourself to colorful markets and experience why Santa Fe has been considered a legendary trading center for hundreds of years. Not only is Santa Fe the oldest US capital city, it boasts 300 sunny days per year and more than 1 million visitors annually. Source: SantaFe.org

An eye-catching accent ceiling is nothing new, of course. After all, Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel ceiling way back in 1508. We don’t recommend anything quite that elaborate but the ceiling does often seem to be a missed design opportunity. For many, making the most of the fifth wall will mean choosing a paint color. And sure, there are times that experts do recommend the mainstay white. Say, when there is little natural light in the room or you are trying to disguise imperfections in older ceilings. But think beyond white: Light colored ceilings can help give a natural, airy feel to a room. Light blue, for example, may help make a room feel like it is under a beautiful open sky. A light yellow ceiling can make a room feel as though it’s filled with sunshine. Dark colors – think navy blue or dark mocha brown – can actually give a room contrast and make it feel larger than what one might expect. When paired with white walls, a dark ceiling color is a dramatic and beautiful choice. Other new ideas: Wrap the ceiling into one wall by using one dramatic color. The rest of the room can stay white for major impact. Or why not consider wallpaper for the ceiling for a truly unique look? Adding a stenciled pattern or freeform design on the ceiling can also give your space a fun and modern feel. For those lucky enough with tray or coffered ceilings, you have opportunity to highlight the architectural details of your home by selecting contrasting colors for the recessed ceiling elements. Try painting the ceiling squares a bright color or paint the contrasting trim a darker color and leave the recessed ceiling parts white. Either way, coffered and tray ceilings are sure to catch the eye. There’s definitely more than paint when it comes to ceiling options. Some homeowners are using reclaimed wood panels for a rustic look or beadboard to the ceiling to give it a cottage look. When it comes to ceilings, the sky really is the limit!

HOMEWISE

A

s the air cools and the seasons begin to change, it’s time to head to the farmers’ market for fresh fall produce … think pumpkins, apples, gourds, and colorful mums. These days, you’ll even find vendors offering artisanal breads, organic and free-range meats and dairy products, as well as everything from local honey and homemade salsa to fresh cut flowers and doggy treats. Seems almost every town has a local market these days. Farmers’ markets are indeed gaining in popularity every year, in the U.S. growing from under 2,000 in 1994 to more than 8,600 today, according to the USDA. And that’s a good thing for you and your family as well as for the farmers and vendors themselves. Just how did this trend come to be? The first known farmers’ market in the U.S. took place in 1730 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. From the town’s origins, the planners placed a 120-square-foot lot in the city center to serve as a marketplace for farmers. Boy did that idea catch on! Of course, choosing fresh and local produce is a healthy choice for you and your family. But it’s also beneficial for the farmers and vendors, who are getting a good price for their harvest by cutting out the middleman and selling directly to you, the consumer. Besides, being outdoors and walking around the stalls and tables is not only good exercise, it’s also a fun atmosphere that puts you in touch with your community.

One of the best aspects of a farmers’ market is the access you have to the farmers themselves. You can ask them directly, where is your farm located? Are the crops grown organically? How long ago were these berries picked? Sometimes the farmers will even share recipes for their favorite family dishes. After all, buying asparagus from your local grower is guaranteed to taste fresher and more delicious than ones grown in Peru. An apple from your state will be sweeter than one grown and shipped from down under. You’ll also be eating in season, which is how nature intended it to be. If you aren’t already visiting a farmers’ market near you, log onto localfarmmarkets.org to find one in your state or wherever you are visiting. You can also visit pickyourown.org to find a list of farms that allow direct access to the fields, a great idea for kids and families. So grab a basket and your sunglasses and happy shopping!

Southern Shrimp & Grits

FLAVORFUL

TRAVEL TIME

INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

8 ea 2 c 1/2 c

To make the relish, add 2 tbsp oil to large pot and bring to medium high heat. Add sausage and ham then brown for 5 minutes. Add remaining oil, plus onions, celery and bell peppers. Cook for 10 minutes until vegetables are tender. Add garlic and shrimp, cooking for 5 minutes until shrimp is pink. In separate bowl mix chicken stock, corn starch and Worcestershire together then add mixture to pot. Stir well. Bring mixture to a boil and cook for 3 minutes.

Southern shrimp, grilled Jalapeno cheddar grits Tasso ham relish Parsley, chopped

TASSO HAM RELISH 1/4 c Olive oil 2 c Grilled Andouille sausage, chopped 1/4” 1/2 c Tasso ham, minced 2 c Onions, chopped 1/4” 1 c Celery, chopped 1/4” 1 c Red bell pepper, chopped 1/4” 2 tbsp Garlic, minced 1/2 c Chicken stock 1/4 c Worcestershire 1 tbsp Corn starch JALAPENO CHEDDAR GRITS 2 c Heavy cream 2 c Chicken stock 1 c Grits 4 tbsp Butter 4 oz White cheddar

For the grits, add cream and chicken stock in a pot and heat medium high until boiling. Slowly add grits while whisking. Lower heat and cover, whisking every 3-4 minutes to keep grits from sticking. Cook for 20-25 minutes. Remove heat and add cheese a little at a time while whisking until incorporated. Stir in jalapenos. Grill shrimp over high heat until medium-well and light char marks appear. Before removing shrimp from grill, lightly brush with butter. In serving bowl first add grits, then relish and top with 8 grilled southern shrimp. Garnish with chopped parsley.

GrassrootsAZ.com


CARLY

SAN DIEGO

Recent Activity

Vol. 4 Issue 9

SOLD! 3545 Lakeview Dr. | Julian CA

TO MARKET, TO MARKET Buying Farm Fresh

DISTINCTIVE HOMES

GLOBAL MARKETING

SUPERIOR SERVICE

Carly Dorendorf

The Fifth Wall

Direct: 619.277.2883 Carly.Dorendorf@SothebysRealty.com CalBRE #01955730

The City Different

Office: 619.269.2266 | Fax: 619.269.3766 | 8310 La Mesa Blvd. | La Mesa, CA 91942

YOUR GATEWAY TO SAN DIEGO REAL ESTATE If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

Produced by DLP Marketing • (480)460-0996 • DLPmarketing.com

Celebrating the Ceiling Santa Fe, New Mexico

Southern Shrimp & Grits Grassroots Kitchen & Tap

Presented By Carly Dorendorf

Carly Dorendorf | Homeowner  
Carly Dorendorf | Homeowner  

San Diego Homeowner, Sept 2017