Monthly Archives: November 2010

the teachings of november

Committing to and sticking with NaBloPoMo is a great accomplishment in my book. I couldn’t terribly slack on cooking at home because I needed posts! Like now! And writing just feels good, no matter how grammatically painful it may be. But for … Continue reading

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for the love of quince

When the weather starts to change, the berries and tomatoes dissipate, the energy in the air shifts. The dynamics of cooking changes when fall rolls in, and the feeling of discovery often escapes us. I have been enthused to find … Continue reading

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small packages, great things

We all know the phrase, great things come in small packages. Today, I received one of the best, quirky little presents that fits that idea to a tee. One of my favorite people, Emily Cavalier, gifted me with the most … Continue reading

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peanut butter baked oatmeal, naughty or nice

Oatmeal isn’t something that excites most people. Varying between watery and flavorless to gummy and solid, most of us have a horror story idea of what bad oatmeal can be. But baked oatmeal takes oatmeal to a different level. And … Continue reading

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ff: a vegetable or two!

Thursday was quite an awesome meal, and fairly well-rounded for Thanksgiving. But even with the roasted vegetables and salad that occurred, I still can’t stop thinking about more vegetables. There’s nothing quite like an abundance of vegetables to satiate the … Continue reading

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