Monthly Archives: June 2010

Food News You Can Use

News from around the horn: From Big Red Kitchen, this cool iPhone app and website from AlaskaSeaFood.org, all about cooking frozen fish. No, not the fish sticks from elementary school cafeterias, but fresh-frozen sea food. Actor/commedian Sarah Silverman joins the … Continue reading

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June 28th: National Tapioca Day

Today is National Tapioca Day. Does anyone eat plain old tapioca anymore? Couple of ideas: Good ol’ strawberry rhubarb pie. Blackberry cobbler. Cheers!

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Age is Just a Number

Jeannie Longo, 51 years young, just took her 57th national title, winning the French national championship in the individual time trial. Story here at VeloNews. How big of a deal is this? First of all, the individual time trial is … Continue reading

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Harvest Time

Last three years I’ve tried to clear a week during the summer to head to Nebraska to go help M’s folks cut wheat. Something always comes up. Typically, one of the geriatric dogs isn’t well and I don’t want to … Continue reading

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Chicken and Veggies in Chile-Lime Adobo

I’ve been in a grilling rut for a while, especially when it comes to chicken and vegetables. I have two stand-bys that I keep returning to. For a rub, it’s based on the Mustang Spice from Canyon Cafe: a Tbs … Continue reading

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Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Spent the weekend on M’s folks’ farm, and finally got to watch her mom make a pie from start to finish. Typically, we’re showing up late and the pie’s already in the oven. This time, we got there late again … Continue reading

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Father’s Day: Updated

Old post here updated with new pix.

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