Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Ivy

  Dragged a rocking chair out on the deck. Early morning too beautiful to waste waiting for the official deck chairs to be free of moisture from last night’s rain. Sky so blue it almost hurts to look at it. … Continue reading

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Early In the Season

Just thinking that when Spring finally decides to visit the Cape, it happens fast. Almost while we watch, azalea bushes sprout glossy buds, and a canopy of leaves shades once barren areas. Open windows welcome breezes into winter weary rooms, and the deck beckons us … Continue reading

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Song of Summer

Once again in its rightful spot on the deck. Our weathered wind chime singing a song of summer with every passing breeze to the tune of tinkling sea glass. 

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Entry Level Zoodles and Pasta

We had a class on spiralizing today at Highfield, and I got a request to repeat a recipe that was part of last year’s class. I refer to it as an entry level dish because it’s a combination of zucchini … Continue reading

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Shrimp and Cabbage Stir-Fry

Cabbage is nutritious while being very low in calories and fat. Its health benefits are truly amazing for an often unsung vegetable. It’s a strong antioxidant, containing compounds that are known to help protect against various cancers. It has been … Continue reading

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It Really Is May

  The calendar posits May, but the Cape is doing its customary “February, March, March, March, June” salute to Spring. Winds carrying the breath of chill water across the land. But forsythia and daffodils mirror sunshine; birdsong greets morning, and … Continue reading

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Goats of Highfield

four legged mowers foragers of grass, sticks, weeds on hire for the week

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