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summer lovin’: sour cherry frozen yogurt

I feel a bit sorry that sour cherry season is nearly over in this neck of the woods. East of the Rockies, sour cherry season may already be long gone. I’m sad because sour cherries are my most prized fruit…

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green curlicues: arugula & garlic scape pesto

We’ve been with our CSA for a few years now and it’s always been a bit of a slow go. The first share is small but slowly, as the farming season ramps up, each consecutive share gets bigger and bigger.…

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welcome home: road-trip recap & a recipe for rosemary lemonade

Remember way back in May when I asked for cross-country road trip help? Well, on June 8th we got the heck out of rainy Vancouver and headed east. Well, a super quick overnight stop in Seattle to visit with my…

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super simple coffee ice cream with cocoa nibs aka “my kitchen style” ice cream

Last week, I learned that Philadelphia ice cream is a style of ice cream that uses no eggs. The recipe I’m about to give you is also a no-egg recipe. However, I don’t think this qualifies as Philadelphia-style or any…

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sweet and sour cucumber salad with green onions

First off, I want to thank you all for your suggestions and invitations about my last post! Sharing is caring as they say, and I’m super grateful and happy for all your excellent tips! Road trip excitement awaits. While I’m…

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sweet yams in the summertime: southwest potato salad

After my last few posts of cakes, muffins and cookies, I figured I better post a salad. I made this for dinner the other night because I wanted to use up the yams lingering around my vegetable drawer. Truth be…

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tomato, zucchini & caramelized onion tian

I grew up thinking that I hated zucchini. My husband felt the same way and I think we bonded over this. Us against zucchini was one of our rallying cry! And then three years ago, we joined a CSA. And…

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blackberry & peach shortbread bars

Blackberry and peaches have a short life span. They appear in local markets and entangled in bushes wanting to be seen, heard and tasted and then just before you’ve had your fill, they seem to vanish. I have a tendency…

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