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There’s that palpable change happening again – a sense of building anticipation and elation as the weather warms. On Monday evening while driving to a friend’s, it struck me how odd and wonderful it was that at 7:30 pm there was a golden evening glow about the sky – it felt too late to still […]

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Preserved lemons seem so decidedly un-wintery. It’s all yellows and whites, undeniably bright and warm and golden. And yet, it’s a great end-of-winter ritual, to pack the last of the season’s Eureka or Meyer lemons in salt, bury them in their own juice, and let them cure in the fridge for the many warm months […]

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Running a blog is kind of like owning a small business, isn’t it? Sometimes I forget this. Until, oh, I make a decision to change the permissions on my Flickr images and every single link to every single photo on this site is broken. Oops. (And please excuse those broken image links as I work […]

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In winters past, brussels sprouts were my go-to, the cruciferous vegetable that I could not get enough of and would eat multiple times a week until the season had been exhausted. This year it’s cauliflower. And while I could eat it almost every night simply sauteed with a generous sprinkle of salt and pepper in […]

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