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National Apple Dumpling Day

Many people rejoice the arrival of September, kids go back to school, Pumpkin Spice Lattes arrive in coffee shops everywhere, the weather is cooler and less humid and apples make their appearance at farmers markets. I for one…

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End of summer pesto

The cricket’s chirps become more numerous and louder in late August, the days are less humid and the sun sets a little earlier everyday. It’s a sure sign of the end of summer and the end of…

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Ice cream you scream, or, you could just ask

Time is weaning on this growing season. Oh there are still plenty of tomatoes at the farmers markets. My shaded front steps have become a small herb farm. I seem to be able to grow basil, thyme, margoram and a…

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Sweet glorious pears

*****DISCLAIMER, In exchange for a discount registration for the International Food Bloggers Conference I agreed to write three posts. This is my second post.***** Pears just hanging off the tree. (Used a watercolor app) I had…

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You say en-dive, I say än-ˈdēv

***DISCLAIMER- in exchange for reduced registration, I agreed to write 3 posts about my experiences at the International Food Bloggers Conference. This is my first post.***   The growing endive   In the cold darkness in trays stacked…

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