Thursday, June 10, 2010

Wonder Boys... Indeed!

A new TV show on Planet Green.
A new memoir.
An amazing website where you can buy their goat's milk soap...

... and beautiful goods for your home — like this
1802 Hand-forged Britannia Fruit Spoon.

The online shop also sells provisions
and fine edibles. (Blaak Onion Jam, $10)
All of this from the Fabulous Beekman Boys.
They call their farm a shared experiment in
seasonal living. Their experiment is certainly
a beautiful one.
Dr. Brent Ridge was born
and raised in North Carolina. He is an
Assistant Clinical Professor at Mount Sinai
School of Medicine and he was Vice President
of Healthy Living at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
Josh Kilmer-Purcell was born in upstate
New York and raised in rural Wisconsin. He is the
New York Times bestselling author of "The Bucolic Plague,"
"I Am Not Myself These Days," and
"Candy Everybody Wants." Kilmer-Purcell
is also a monthly columnist for OUT magazine
and a contributor to NPR.


  1. Can't wait to read this. Love the name-Bucolic Plague, indeed! Keith loves his soaps from them as well.

  2. Looking forward to the show. Josh and I talked about llamas on Twitter yesterday. We are not as successful, but my farm is very similar to theirs.