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Thursday, August 21st, 2014

M-A-I-N-E: Salad for a Posse

One of my favorite Maine traditions is when my college roommate comes to visit us with her family. Ali and I met as freshman at Middlebury College and our bond was forged those many years ago during orientation, which was … Continue reading

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Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

1 Pot of Water = Meals Aplenty

Although summer is always billed as the grilling season, I think I spend just as much time (if not more) preparing food with a big pot of boiling water during the warm weather months, than I do stoking the coals. … Continue reading

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Monday, June 9th, 2014

Hip to be Square

I’ve always been a fan of composed salads: The kind where you display your ingredients separately and in a single-layer, rather than combined and tossed in a bowl. Certain classic salads lend themselves well to this—like a Cobb or chef’s … Continue reading

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Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

Spring Salad Season Is Here!

Radishes! Asparagus! Sugar Snap Peas! It’s that time of year when winter seems like it actually kind of might be possibly over for real, and spring is elbowing it’s lovely way forward. Although today the sky in my neck of … Continue reading

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Thursday, April 24th, 2014

A Feeling French Lunch

This past Saturday, I had a craving for a dish that I normally associate with one of my favorite places in the world— Cafe de la Mairie, which is located on the Place St. Sulpice in Paris. Although the name … Continue reading

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