Monthly Archives: September 2016


Seasonal shift. Pinecones and acorns. Pumpkins and mums. Puzzled seagulls at a suddenly quiet beach. Advertisements

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Do I Need a Spiralizer Cookbook?

Thinking about my spiralizer. I just read a review of a couple of new spiralizer cookbooks that are on the market this fall. One has a basic premise that you can and should spiralize everything. That rolls made out of baked … Continue reading

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Updated Spiralized Lasagna

In spite of my determination to get back to spiralizing earlier in the week, life (including restaurant meals and dinner at a friend’s house, and an unexpected dental visit) kept getting in the way. And now, it’s Friday. Better late … Continue reading

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Bonus Day

The storm we expected yesterday slowed and stayed off shore giving us a bonus day of breezy cool weather and blue skies. A lovely day of vegetable picking at Coonamessett Farm, ice cream, batting cages, and bumper cars. Restaurant meals … Continue reading

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Farewell Summer

Still now. Almost too still. Storm brewing south of us. Fewer tourists than normal for a Labor Day weekend. Throngs no doubt deterred by the impending tropical storm, and the notice of cancelled ferries to the Islands. Summer season preparing to be ushered out on a … Continue reading

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As I Turn 70

When I turned 55, I wrote a ten point list of personal goals. This is not a bucket list of places I hoped to visit or new skills I hoped to master. It’s not altruistic in scope. Actually, it’s pretty … Continue reading

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