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Salads. Fresh mixed salad green from the farmer’s market, with carrots, scallion, red pepper and grapes, topped with a bit of Italian dressing. Also, chickpea salad on sourdough bread, bread also from the farmer’s market. In the chickpea salad are … Continue reading
Be prepared. Silly sounding, I know. Yesterday while I was making dinner, I overheard on the news that this weekend was going to get humid again. It’s not forcasted to be quite as hot as earlier this week, but humid … Continue reading
I’m not much of a juice drinker, but I figure when it’s important to stay hydrated, it’s a reason to drink juice, among other beverages. This is mango juice with seltzer water. I don’t usually buy the fancy-pants variety of … Continue reading