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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
I consider myself to be a big fish in my own small pond of social media, but I’ve just made my first social media faux pas. (Or rather, the first faux pas that is the size of a gigantic lion’s … Continue reading
Joy Fielding’s THE OTHER WOMAN and Trevanian’s THE SUMMER OF KATYA are forgotten jewels. I read these almost back-to-back, but didn’t realize that both books were published in the same year until I began writing this post. 1983 must have … Continue reading
One month ago when I rolled out the New Year’s Resolutions, I thought I could get a Project Linus quilt done by the end of each month, but my January Project Linus quilt is still a work-in-progress. At least I’ve … Continue reading