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Bacon Brings Out the Naughty in Me

It’s not often you’ll see me talking about a specific product on this blog.  After all, when you’re trying to eat pretty cleanly and in a way that’s accessible to everyone, you’re basically going to end up being more lured … Continue reading

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Houseguests

You know what’s great?  Having wonderful houseguests. You know what stinks?  Having wonderful houseguests leave. We recently had the pleasure of opening our guest room (read: totally unswanky ½ of a finished attic, in which we plunked two beds) to … Continue reading

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Summer Staples

Okay, it’s not quite summer yet — the random 50-degree weather here in New England this week proved that pretty conclusively (insert shaking of fist at the sky).  But be honest with me.  You’re THINKING about summer, right?  The outdoor … Continue reading

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Real Food Dinner: Roasted Tomato and Pepper Soup

Welcome to Rhode Island, where the RRG family is serving up the second course of our Food Revolution Day Progressive Dinner!  I hope you’re not too stuffed after Billy’s delicious date appetizer to enjoy a little soup. I wish I … Continue reading

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Food Revolution Day: Be Progressive!

I am SO excited. Those of you who have been hanging around here for a while (and by the way, thanks — I don’t say that enough, probably) may recall that I celebrated Food Day back in October with a … Continue reading

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Been There, Done That, Get the T-Shirt

Three important things have been going on this week that I must share with you: 1) One of my posts was featured on HandPicked Nation!  I’ll spare you the squealing, but seriously, I felt pretty darned cool seeing the Five … 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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December Meal Plan: More Finding of Awesomeness

Here I sit at my computer on the first evening of the month of December, and I’ve neglected to post a meal plan yet!  The time, it has been getting away from me lately.  I’m not even sure my proverbial candle … Continue reading

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Progressive Dinner Party: Get Your Entrees Here!

Note: This post is part of the #FoodDay #DinnerParty event hosted by yours truly, as well as Bettina Siegel of The Lunch Tray, Grace Freedman of EatDinner.org, and Jeanne Fratello of The Jolly Tomato.  To catch up on what this … Continue reading

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Dinner Party!

Boy, have I been busy — too busy to post, clearly.  But don’t feel neglected, friends, because I haven’t forgotten you.  One of the things on my agenda for the past week has been working on a little dinner party…for … Continue reading

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