Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Slice of the Farmer’s Market Harvest

No matter how hard I try, I cannot grow, or manage to keep alive any plant. I am one of those people, who have never had a green thumb, and I’m 99.9% sure I never will. Every year for Mother’s … Continue reading

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Breakfast Baked with Summer’s Bounty

Instead of having my toes buried in the sand on some gorgeous beach, I find myself buried in Summer’s gift of sweet ripe fruit with my children digging me out one nectarine at a time. They can’t get enough of … Continue reading

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Let’s Keep Our Cool Around Here

I’m referring to temperature in the title of this post and not me when the boys are swinging from the rafters, the house is in disarray, and all my best-laid plans for the day have gone haywire. Not that I … Continue reading

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Surprise, surprise, surprise

Oftentimes I get together with all my family on Sunday for dinner, and I always volunteer to make the dessert. No, I’m not a super sweet daughter or fabulous “souper” mom because I offer to do some of the cooking. … Continue reading

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A Little Twist on a Classic Fourth of July Staple

As a “souper” mom, I like to do things differently, put a little twist on an old classic, express my “independence.” And July 4th gives me a reason to bump it up a notch. When I think of July 4th … Continue reading

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