Monthly Archives: August 2011

Monday’s News You Can Use

Something old, something new, all of it borrowed … Something old: Over at NPR, they’re re-running the Fresh Air interview with Patton Oswalt and Brad Bird, the voice and writer behind Ratatouille. Something new: Loved this story about award-winning winemaker … Continue reading

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Just an idea …

… but maybe if foodies would start boycotting commercially produced tomatoes, Big Farm Inc would stop producing those watery, rubbery, tasteless red orbs. I’m having trouble thinking of a fruit or veggie with a bigger delta between the mass produced … Continue reading

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They’re Back!

That time o’ the year again. And of course, someone with a finely tuned nose has to inspect them.

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Sack Lunch Dessert Time

A couple of quick ones suitable for the office break room counter, lunch box, or gathering of any kind. Cappucino Crinkles (makes about 32 cookies) Ingredients ⅓ cup butter 1 cup brown sugar ⅔ cup cocoa powder (unsweetened) 2 Tbs … Continue reading

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It was a dark and stormy night …

A link to the Dickens / Bulwer quiz here. And the full story about Dickens camp here. Happy reading.

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Signs of the Times

I may have died and gone to heaven … Rocky Ford Melons, 77¢ each. Is this a great country or what?

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Sunday in the Park with Hope


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