Monthly Archives: August 2018

August Tomato

Slices of white bread, freshly made. August tomato, thickly sliced. Smear of real mayonnaise. Sprinkle of sea salt. Sheer bliss. Advertisements

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Lamb Patties

These lamb patties (or kofta or sliders) have Middle Eastern flavors. Two or three can be popped into a pita pocket, drizzled with garlic sauce and topped with lettuce and tomato. Or individual patties can be tucked into mini hamburger … Continue reading

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Tree of Smiles

Lure of a tree. Tangle of branches that beg to be climbed. Natural playhouse with innate ability to enfold and delight.

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Summer’s Bounty Casserole

Friends with bountiful gardens become even more precious in the summer. Especially if your own turf is too shady to support a garden. August in New England is prime time for the zucchini, summer squash, and tomatoes that form the … Continue reading

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Goodbye Sam

  We said goodbye to Sam on Saturday. Our little force of nature with the big personality let us know that it was time for him to go. It shouldn’t have been the surprise that it was. Sam was just … Continue reading

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