Monthly Archives: July 2009

Taking advantage of vacation…..

These are the last few days of vacation at home.  Starting Monday, I’ll be taking a class (all day, all week).  The week after that, I’ll start three weeks of continuous travel, which all sounded good at the time….so if … Continue reading

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If a tree falls on your power line, does the electric company know about it?

Last night we lost power for a few hours after a tree branch fell on our power line.  I only mention that because I had spent a lot of time cooking (and photographing) but could not post any photos.   The garden … Continue reading

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The Summer is Greening Up

Our garden is suddenly taking off.  Yesterday, we had lots of chard and beet green thinnings to ponder, and fortunately Andrea had posted this recipe AND we had most of the ingredients! We used buckwheat soba instead of udon, and … Continue reading

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Are We Living off the Fat of the Land Yet?

I am in the middle of a four-day-in-a-row eating-out binge, which is very unusual for me.  Yesterday my Zei Gezundt group  met at the Sommer House in Mount Horeb.  They come out once a year…. in the summer!  Because driving … Continue reading

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Old Recipe in a New Pot

Next Friday we will have been married for 26 years.  When I look at our kitchen equipment, I know most of it dates from that time.  The Dansk pot and bakeware (gift from Aunt Dori and Uncle Henry), the Reverware … Continue reading

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Finally Cooking Again!

It is good to be back at home and able to cook again.  Not that we didn’t cook while camping…. it just wasn’t so easy, nor what we were used to doing.  For one thing, the campground did not allow … Continue reading

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