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A great talk . . .

A great talk . . .

| May 25, 2006 | 0 Comments

Last week I had the pleasure of talking to author Chris Fisk, whose new book Sneaky Vegetables is due out in last June. She sounded so fun and enthusiastic, something I love to hear. After years of talking to victim’s parents, criminals and their lawyers, it’s great to talk to someone about something so life […]

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Link-a-dos

Link-a-dos

| May 23, 2006 | 0 Comments

New recipes are coming. There will be at least one up by tonight. In the meantime, I just wanted to post a few links to recent articles on Food Bound (EDITED TO ADD: The Food Bound site no longer exists. 6/2/2011) by yours truly. Click here to read my review of Blender Baby Food by […]

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A Shameful Display

A Shameful Display

| May 20, 2006 | 0 Comments

I happened to learn about Horseman of the Esophogus when checking in at the Hartford Courant yesterday and wrote up a brief entry about it for Paper Palate (EDITED TO ADD: The Paper Palate site no longer exists. 6/2/2011). The whole idea of competitive eating eludes me. Why would you want to stuff your face […]

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Musings

Musings

| May 19, 2006 | 2 Comments

For a long time I have anxiously waited for my little blog to appear on Kiplog. I sent in my link and description eons ago and thought it would happen sooner or later. It hasn’t. So I guess I will stop checking there, and release my bated breath. And who knows, some day maybe I […]

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Check it out . . .

Check it out . . .

| May 18, 2006 | 0 Comments

A few new links for my adoring readers. Oh, I can’t even say that without cracking up. In any case, I submitted my rainbow stirfry to All Recipes a while back and I just found it that it was accepted. Look here. Also, I have a new piece up on Paper Palate all about knives. […]

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And the verdict is…

And the verdict is…

| May 17, 2006 | 0 Comments

I was pleasantly surprised to learn that 70% of you were able to correctly identify CSAs in my recent poll as Community Supported Agriculture. To learn more about this awesome program and to find one in your area, check out my new article on FitFare (EDITED TO ADD: The Fit Fare website no longer exists. […]

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A day without food blogs

A day without food blogs

| May 16, 2006 | 0 Comments

Today is a day without food blogs. Food blogs all over are coming together today to halt our recipe giving, photo posting and general culinary talk to speak on an important issue and get the word out to readers like yourself. Our internet is being threatened by the United States government, who are seeking to […]

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day!

| May 14, 2006 | 1 Comment

This is my first official Mother’s Day. Unfortunately, my husband had to work today so there was no sleeping in and no breakfast in bed like I’d imagined. But on the positive side, he will be cooking dinner for me tonight (eeek! relinquishing control of the kitchen for a night!). I am heading over to […]

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Summer’s Comin’

Summer’s Comin’

| May 11, 2006 | 4 Comments

I can’t wait for summer to be here with its warm sunny days and all the things that brings. I am looking forward to spending more time outside, tending to my garden and growing all sorts of vegetables. I cannot wait to enjoy fresh produce from my own garden. In the winter I create all […]

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Pesto Asiago Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Pesto Asiago Grilled Cheese Sandwich

| May 8, 2006 | 2 Comments

A while back there was a rush on cheese sandwich recipes in the wake of Pete Wells’ In the Belly of the Blog appeared in Food & Wine magazine, enraging food bloggers everywhere. Back then I was still new to blogging and didn’t join in on the fun. But recently when I constructed a delicious […]

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