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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Today I’m attempting to do a weekend’s worth of recipe-testing in case this weekend’s hurricane knocks out the power. While boiling the Moby Dick of spaghetti squashes, I accidentally turned the timer off. It overcooked so badly. Four pounds of … Continue reading
Cindy from A Writer’s Diary is an experienced pie baker and correctly guessed that this month’s mystery food is pie dough. You may wonder why it’s suspended in air? Because I’m showing off. After repeated failures, I’ve figured out how … Continue reading
I’m increasingly curious and drawn to contemplative spiritual practices. I talk about this A LOT with my friends, but feel self-conscious writing about it, as though I were writing about sex. Since the mawkish 70s, spiritual searches get dismissed as … Continue reading
Roll forward when the going gets tough. I’ll post the answer to this food photo mystery on Tuesday. May the forks be with you. Click here to check out past mysteries, or click the Culinary Mysteries tab on the Categories … Continue reading
Summer isn’t over, despite the fact that my supermarket just put out sequined Halloween flower vases. If you still have some long car trips planned, and especially if you have a tween daughter, you might want to read or listen … Continue reading