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  • chicago throwdown
    on Apr 24, 2016 in Newsletter Stories
    Relocating to the Chicago area on New Year’s Eve was neither welcome nor fun, but the job that was its impetus had potential. There are no oceans, no mountains, and no mature trees. It’s a flat parking lot with gale force winds that keep debr...
  • the other turkey
    on Nov 27, 2015 in Newsletter Stories
    I stumbled upon a patch of mint in the side yard last week and the prospect of creating a Thanksgiving meal suddenly changed from dreary to dreamy. I’m amongst a tiny minority of people who don’t like turkey and an even tinier minority of people...
  • reluctant jersey girl
    on Sep 6, 2015 in Newsletter
    The only bucket list I have that includes New Jersey is the “Avoid at all Costs” list and New Jersey is number one. I’d driven through it too many times. I never stopped. The “Garden State” has always held more aversion than interest for me...
  • grandma and grandpa stetson
    on Aug 17, 2015 in Newsletter Stories
    Thinking back, my Grandpa Stetson smelled like an antique, and I mean that in the kindest of ways. He always wore a tweed wool blazer when joining us for Sunday lunch or a holiday dinner and the blazer was undoubtedly stored in a cedar closet in his...
  • happy marriage
    on Aug 9, 2015 in Newsletter Stories
    Some people are meant to be together, just as some foods shine brighter in combination with something else. Both instances represent my favorite equation: 1+1=3. George Burns and Gracie Allen, beans and cornbread, Victoria and Albert, green eggs and...
  • exclamation points
    on Jul 26, 2015 in Newsletter Stories
    Creating a new recipe often starts with a memory of something once consumed in a restaurant, or seen on a cooking show, or described in a book, or simply photographed in an old Gourmet magazine. My memory for food is freakishly detailed and vast. If...
  • piece of toast
    on Feb 22, 2015 in Newsletter Stories
    Some things are just so simple good, assuming one can use an adjective to modify an adjective, that a simply expressed single word can sum up the experience, to wit, “wow”. Sunday lunch snack, after a challenging week of ice and snow, consisted o...
  • alternate routes
    on Feb 8, 2015 in Newsletter Stories
    I spent the afternoon plotting an overland journey around the world in eighty days, based on Jules Verne’s adventure novel from 1873. The biggest challenge is getting from Cairo to Bombay by way of Suez without stepping foot or toe into Saudi Arabi...
  • blue chip pickles
    on Jan 1, 2015 in Newsletter Stories
    Once upon a time, I lived in a farmhouse in rural Virginia, surrounded by fifty acres of cultivated soybeans. The front and back lawns were spacious enough to allow for large vegetable gardens that always yielded far more produce than could be consum...
  • provisions
    on Dec 18, 2014 in Newsletter Stories
    The good thing about living at the beach during the off-season is that there’s no one here. Mile upon mile of empty beach for me to dance on and sit by in appreciative silence. I’ve ruined two pairs of sneakers flirting too aggressively with inco...
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