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the break down; a store, a girl, and her breakfast sandwich

August 3, 2014

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Here in Boston, I know that my fridge is not alone in feeling deeply affected by the rift between Arthur T, and Arthur S Demoulas. Whether or not it’s really or officially the “last stand of the middle class”  or not, standing with the people who, at ground level, provide me with the ingredients to make […]

spicy banana bread

January 7, 2014

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I have to admit, I’m a bit of a banana hoarder. I don’t buy them as often as I probably should (my life could probably do with a bit more potassium in it…) but then I’m so picky about consistency when it comes to fruits and vegetables that once they look or feel a bit […]

Pomegranate Honey Butter

November 30, 2012

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I failed to take any pictures of this, in the making, or afterwards or before we ate it, and before I left it at my friend’s house, but it was good. Making a flavored butter really couldn’t be easier. The possibilities are pretty much endless. If you have a food processor, even a teeny prep […]

pom.brie.crostini

November 28, 2012

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Sometimes I realize that I like something so much that I will make it in a strange time of day (appetizer/party food for lunch, anyone?) or go shopping precisely for the ingredients to make it at somebody else’s house so that they can taste it and see if they like it? I did that the […]

Limoges Oatmeal Bread

November 19, 2012

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I have been searching and searching for the best sandwich bread recipe I could find. And (knock on wood) I’ve found it. This bread is from a little cookbook that my little sister’s school put together in 2005. It’s called Food Kids Eat, The Village School Cookbook. It was a project that the kids, their parents […]

gooey butter cake

November 14, 2012

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This theme-y cooking stuff is for the birds! I’ve lost two weeks in a row now at fantasy football, and I blame it entirely on my wanting to be all matchy-matchy with London and fish’n’chips, and that the Pats played St. Louis in London, so I made this gooey butter cake. I really shouldn’t be […]

newfie bread

November 1, 2012

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We were lucky, tucked up on a hill here in Boston, so close to the the water -link to picture is 1-1/2 blocks away from my aunt and grandmother’s house! Watching the tarps on the Tobin Bridge being battered by the whipping winds, streets already flooded and trees coming down around me as I headed home […]