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The Bing Crosby / David Bowie version has been my favorite since the beginning of time … but this one ain’t too shabby.
Gorgeous blanket on the ground. A heavy wet snow that doesn’t look quite real, like a Hollywood recreation of snow — too perfectly uniform and smooth. If you haven’t had your first taste of the flakes yet, here’s to hoping … Continue reading
Molly asked me to slide a pizza or two under the blanket once a day for the next month or so, and she’ll come back out when flu and cold season is over. Unless she sees her shadow …
This to me seems more like a summer salad, except that oranges are best in the winter months. Summer, winter, whatever … it’s a good change of pace for this time of the year. Ingredients 2 large oranges 3 Tbs … Continue reading
My favorite T-day leftover sammich. Perfect for watching Rivalry Weekend college football games. Adapted from Kerlin’s Coffee Cache’s lunch menu, circa 1997. BreadCream cheeseCranberry chutneySunflower seedsLeft-over turkey, roughly choppedGreens of any sortOptional: a wee bit of stuffing Safe travels and … Continue reading
Roasted veggies sound like a winter dish, and some folks are adverse to running the oven any longer than they have to in the summer. But the addition of green beans to this anti-mayo potato salad, along with the bright … Continue reading