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Introducing the Half Baked Harvest x Etsy Holiday Collection

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I have mentioned to you before that we are working with ETSY in helping promote small business. ETSY is an affiliate partner with Beyond Behnke’s. All that said, I love ETSY! There are so many fantastic businesses out there. With the closing of craft shows this year, ETSY is the perfect place for some of these artisans to bring their items to you. I have been following Tieghan Gerand for a while now on her Facebook page. I really love the simplicity of what she sells and promotes. I am buying the tapered rolling pins that she helped design. I hope you take a few moments and see what beautiful items are included in her collection. ~ Stephanie

I believe the holidays are for slowing down, spending time with family, and eating delicious food,” says Tieghan Gerard, the creative culinary force behind recipe blog Half Baked Harvest.

For the New York Times bestselling cookbook author, suiting up in a handmade linen apron and breaking out her faithful rolling pin is all in a day’s work—and now, with the launch of the limited-edition Half Baked Harvest x Etsy holiday collection, you can incorporate some of Tieghan’s cozy, vintage-inspired style into your own home this season, too.

I wanted to bring the look and feel of my own kitchen to life through this collaboration with timeless essentials people will love to use and gift to others,” she says. Browse the full line, co-designed by the Colorado-based taste-maker and 12 stellar Etsy sellers, which includes heirloom-quality recipe stands, laser-cut Christmas cake toppers, seasonal scented candles, and more gorgeously giftable cookware, decor, and hosting must-haves.

Stephanie Fleming

Stephanie Fleming was raised at Behnke’s Nurseries in Beltsville. Her Mom, Sonja, was one of Albert & Rose Behnke’s four children. She was weeding from the moment she could walk and hiding as soon as she was old enough to run, so many weeds, so little time. Although she quickly learned how to pull out a perennial and get taken off of weed pulling duty.

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