Monthly Archives: March 2018

Daffodils

a splash of sunshine gold petals gently yawning harbingers of spring Advertisements

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Revisiting Spiralized Zucchini

There’s an ebb and flow to many aspects of life. At one point, my Spiralizer had a place on the counter. Now, rarely used, it remains tucked on a shelf in a utility closet. My days of creative spiralizing are … Continue reading

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Chicken, Beans, and Tomatoes

I reached for my Recipes from Home cookbook (2001) with a particular goal in mind. The four boneless chicken thighs that I had defrosted needed to be part of the dinner plan. The recipe “Chicken, Tomato, and Butter Bean Stew” … Continue reading

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New Take on Minestrone

This may be the first time I’ve ever followed an actual recipe for minestrone. I know the basic ingredients and have just combined things until I was satisfied with the results. Living up to my resolution to try a recipe … Continue reading

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Sweet Memory

  In the blink of an eye, slow wandering down an ancient alley in St. Thomas, the warmth of sunshine, the scent of the sea, the joyful nod of scarlet flowers in the breeze,  all relegated to memory. Sweet reminiscence … Continue reading

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Simple Quiche

Quiche can be a wonderfully rich, cream laden, bacon enhanced special occasion treat. It can also be a simple, vegetable based weekday dish. I make quiche quite a bit. It’s great to have a fully cooked item in the refrigerator that … Continue reading

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Soup of the Day

The wild winds and rain that buffeted the Cape yesterday have eased somewhat. I’m still conscious of the sound of the wind as I write this, but the rain has stopped. It’s a soup day for sure. Adhering to my … Continue reading

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