Monthly Archives: November 2010

Tradition…Tradition!

Any musical theatre geeks among you are now singing to yourselves; I’m particularly gratified by the mental image of those select few who are actually going “bum bada dum bum bum, Tradition!” along with me.  But I digress.  As much … Continue reading

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Thanks, Farmers

I just got a reminder in my email inbox (as if I needed one — I’ve had the dates on my calendars for months now) that this week marks the official transition period from the Summer Farmer’s Markets to the … Continue reading

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How Sunday Chicken Saves the Day

You probably realize, if you read this blog regularly, that I am a big fan of my Sunday Roast Chicken. In fact, my respect for this particular menu item is at the level of Why-Don’t-You-Just-Kiss-It-And-Marry-It-Already.  I already make sure it … Continue reading

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Back to My World

I’m back.  Some of you no doubt noticed my absence over the past few days — J. and I were taking a little “mini-break,” to paraphrase Bridget Jones.  In other words, we decided that after over four years without a … Continue reading

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Mo’ Money: Making Lunch with What You’ve Got

As a follow-up to yesterday’s post, I think it’s high time I started illustrating the point that if you can figure out how to creatively invent and re-invent in the kitchen, not only does the whole Getting Everybody Fed thing … Continue reading

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Sooner or Later, it’s All About Money

I was going to write about something totally different today, but when I went to moderate the Comments board this morning there was an excellent question from reader Nina that got my wheels turning in a whole different direction.  Nina … Continue reading

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November Meal Plan and Thankfulness

Not to get all churchy on people, or anything — this is a completely nonreligious, ecumenical blog — but yesterday the visiting pastor at our church had some words of wisdom during the Children’s Moment that I think are worth … Continue reading

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