Monthly Archives: August 2016

And Now For Blueberry

We really liked┬áthe strawberry jam that was a product of the strawberries that the kids had picked earlier in the season. It seemed reasonable to think that the blueberries that had been frozen from a later foray into blueberry picking … Continue reading

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Shared Space

transition season beach rose and rose hip share space one plant; two faces

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Habit of Blogging

Thinking about the fact that I haven’t blogged for almost a week, and wondering why. A glance at entries on the calendar indicates a week of appointments and social occasions and an off Cape funeral. A race to the finish … Continue reading

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Traditional Lobster Rolls

We had what a friend referred to as traditional lobster rolls last night. Buttered grilled hot dog buns holding freshly shelled lobster meat, with a touch of finely diced celery, lightly dressed with mayonnaise. Shredded lettuce serving as a base. … Continue reading

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Cape Cod Musings

Yes, it’s the sunset weaving a burning path over the water. Yes, it’s the heavy scent of sea and salt in the air. But, most of all, it’s the wind. The wind that bends the scrub pine and sea grass … Continue reading

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Pickle Juice Brine

An article about┬ábrining chicken tenders in the leftover brine from a jar of dill pickles caught my eye on Facebook. The original recipe was posted by Skinnytaste. My adapted version, while true to the basic concept of the original, is … Continue reading

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Middle Eastern Inspired

Lentils and rice are an inspired combination. I’ve been intrigued by a recipe in the cookbook, Jerusalem, for a while now, but have been put off by the inclusion of cumin and coriander, two of my least favorite spices. Then … Continue reading

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