Monthly Archives: August 2010

Visiting the Country: Vegetables & Chickens

My internet has been down since the middle of last week and I haven’t really minded (well, not too much). Perhaps I’m still  mellowed from the several days I spent up in the country last weekend. It’s amazing the effect … Continue reading

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Purple & Green; Making Lunch

My Grandmother Ida (more commonly known as Nana) knit baby blankets for all of her grandchildren. The blankets acquired a special moniker within the family: litty. She knit them in a zigzag stitch, mostly in bands of alternating colours. Mine, … Continue reading

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Zucchini, hello

It’s smack in the middle of zucchini season, at least here in the Northeast. They’ve been around for at least a few weeks already, but they keep on coming. If you are a member of a CSA, or shop at … Continue reading

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S is for Sugar

I have various things I’ve been wanting to write about – mostly green things – but I’ve been up to my ears in this and that and haven’t had the time to gather my thoughts and pictures. So, in the … Continue reading

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