winter

The “Perils” of Cooking in a Small Town

24 March 2011

How I Organize the Home Test Kitchen It’s ironic, isn’t it, that I developed The Traveler’s Cookbook so I could cook while I traveled, and yet, since I’ve written it, I have not traveled, nor have I even made any travel plans (except for the trip to visit my relatives over Christmas, which doesn’t count [...]

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A “Super Bowl”

6 February 2011

I’ve been on a soup/stew kick lately—I suppose it’s the time of year that inspires it. When I lived in Hawaii, I never made soup, not once. Now that I’m back in a place that enjoys “soup days,” I have been making the most of it. Since today is Super Bowl Sunday, I thought I [...]

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Winter Soup for Travelers

19 January 2011

I’ve been back in Alaska now for just over a week, after a trip to Southern California and Park City, Utah. I went to visit friends and family and get a little skiing in over the holidays. The weather in California was a little rainy but still warm (to me), and in Utah I got [...]

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