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Meat and Potatoes

Meat and Potatoes

| June 13, 2006 | 0 Comments

My husband is that quintessential meat and potatoes type guy, or he was until I laid down the law: meals must include a bare minimum of one vegetable, salad is a staple and lean cuts beat out hunks of beef. Sometimes he still bucks at the “green stuff” on his plate, but he’s largely come […]

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Short post. Long day.

Short post. Long day.

| June 8, 2006 | 0 Comments

I’ve been trying to get onto blogger to post all day, but kept getting errors. As a result this is going to be a very brief post after a long day with a few good links. If all goes well tomorrow though, I will be posting a few delightful new recipes. And I have been […]

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It’s rabbit season! No! It’s duck season!

It’s rabbit season! No! It’s duck season!

| June 4, 2006 | 0 Comments

The Hartford Courant had some unfamiliar recipes this week that featured (gulp) rabbit. Sorry, but I am just not that adventurous. Let the little hopping fur balls be pets, not dinner. Check out my write up on Paper Palate (now defunct) for more details, and a link to the article in case that happens to […]

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STRAWBERRIES!!!!!

STRAWBERRIES!!!!!

| June 3, 2006 | 0 Comments

It’s strawberries time – they are ripe for pickin’ and at their sweetest now. I cannot wait to get out into the fields and get some for myself. I can already picture all the delights I will make with them – strawberry shortcakes, roulades, etc.

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Obsessed no more.

Obsessed no more.

| June 1, 2006 | 0 Comments

Once upon a time, I was among the fast food obsessed. I could name the best menu items for at least a half dozen establishments in the fast realm and I could detail the differences between French fries from Burger King and McDonalds, down to subtle tastes. That’s changed. I don’t want to be that […]

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Healthy eating for kids.

Healthy eating for kids.

| May 30, 2006 | 0 Comments

If you have children, you know it can be a challenge raising them to eat healthy. But the rewards of doing so are so great that it is worth every second, without a doubt (and your future son and daughter in laws will surely thank you again and again). For some tips on raising healthy […]

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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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