Monthly Archives: March 2012

Shout Out

I don’t have time for much of a post tonight.  But I need to send a shout-out. See, while I’ve been busy with things lately that have made it hard to post regularly — just life stuff, job stuff, family … Continue reading

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When Enough is Enough

I’ve been thinking. Dangerous, I know.   But it seems to me that in this life, in order to change, in order to grow, in order to be constantly learning and evolving…you’ve got to be able to change your mind. Oh, … Continue reading

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Other St. Patrick’s Food

So…I think we all know, quintessentially, what St. Patrick’s Day dinner is supposed to look like.  Corned beef and cabbage, however you may choose to cook and/or consume them, are the centerpiece of most March 17th tables (or at least … Continue reading

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I’m a Real Food Advocate, For Real

You guys…I’m helping Jamie Oliver. Okay, not DIRECTLY.  Jamie himself may not even know I’m alive.  But I’m helping the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation, which is probably the closest brush I’ll ever have with J.O. himself.  I was invited to … Continue reading

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Fridge to Fork: Pretty Pink Pasta

This is installment #3 in the “Fridge to Fork” series.  If you’re interested, here are #1 and #2.  I’ve mentioned this whole-wheat pasta with beets and goat cheese before, and posted the exact recipe — but it’s so easy to … Continue reading

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Pride and Practicality

I’ve wanted for a long time to share a conversation that I had with my grandmother several months ago, but it never seemed to be quite the right time.  Other posts overtook my good intentions; other topics became “more important.”  … Continue reading

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