The Nutmegs and I have resumed work on the woodland house. You can see earlier versions of the house when it was first built, and after it got its mossy covering.

This week, we built a tiny twig table, complete with a hanging hook for a basket of wildflowers and other forest-foraged goodies.

dollhouse miniature twig table

And we cooked up a slew of tasty woodland dishes, starting with quail eggs served two ways: sunnyside up on slices of toasted wild sourdough and soft-boiled, nestled in moss with fresh lavender sprigs.

dollhouse miniature food fairy food

Next on the menu: Roast quail breast served with creamy whipped potatoes topped with pastured butter and fiddlehead ferns.

dollhouse miniature foods

And finally, for dessert there’s freshly whipped cream served with wild raspberries and blackberries. Yum!

dollhouse miniature berries

woodland House the Mouse Market

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