Monthly Archives: October 2014

Pickled Watermelon Radish

As fall starts to get crisp, our local farmers market gets smaller. Soon it’ll move inside. For now it’s full of vendors with winter lettuces, beets, last minute peppers, pumpkins, turnips and my favorite, radishes. Radishes grow all summer and … Continue reading

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Honeydew Melon Jelly

This week has been unseasonably warm which has been a welcome reprieve from last week’s cold snap that had us all wondering if the farmers almanac is right and this winter will be colder than last (okay maybe only a … Continue reading

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A Recipe To Clear Out Your Tear Ducts

Onions. The bane of my chopping existence. Yet the best base ingredient. Besides garlic. And chocolate. Not together obviously. I’ve been thinking a lot about pickling lately, tried some pretty awful recipes (pickles beach plums…yech) as well as thought about … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye

Transitioning from a mother of 1 to a mother of 2 has been a lot harder than I expected. I honestly thought I would swing right back into things just with a slightly smaller kid in tow. Ridiculous, I now … Continue reading

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