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No-Brainer Cooking: Cook once a Week

Introduction I only cook once a week. I’ve been doing this for years. I started cooking once a week when I was in grad school and didn’t have time to cook. I’ll say it again: I cook all the food … Continue reading

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Vintage Cookbook

Ok, ok. I must admit: my Grandma and I are pals. We spend every Thursday morning chatting on the phone, giddy as schoolgirls. She asks me about the cute things my kids say, I ask her about the antics from … Continue reading

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So. Much. Food.

the amount of food I ate this weekend is staggering. let me see if I can even recount the highlights: 1) stuffing: why do we eat this only once a year? 2) spinach artichoke dip: creamy, just enough spinach, artichoke, … Continue reading

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My preschoolers learn about “family”

My preschoolers are learning about “family.” So we get out the little dolls to teach Mommy, Daddy, Brother, Sister, Baby, Grandma, Grandpa. That part is simple enough. Every child seems to know Mommy. We read a book called “I love … Continue reading

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