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Tuscan Roasted Cauliflower Soup

Back on the if it’s from Tuscany it must be good bandwagon.  Not because I believe that Italian food from Tuscany is the best but because Wegman’s latest Menu magazine is themed on the Mediterranean Diet and the… 309 more words

Happy Birthday Nat

Today Nat dared me to jump in the fountain for 5€ so I did. When you are on a backpacker’s budget 5€ is a lot. Also, baguettes in France are amazing. It was a good day.

Backpacking

My Tuesday morning...

…Consisted of two lovely kids running into school, a stop at Le Boulanger and the fishmonger, baguette and butter for breakfast, loads of good coffee, running with the dogs and squinting in pain as the cat knead me raw as she purred and cuddled before running off into the field again.

Nature

Cold-Blooded Encounter

The Common House Gecko in my hand looked tame. Its blood shot eyes looked intriguing and enigmatic. My heart felt a connection with this reptilian. My instinct as a ‘gecko-whisperer’ kicked in, may be this was my calling. 505 more words

Travel

Anyone Can Cook: Ratatouille Soup

I could easily spend a weekend watching animated Pixar movies.  I saw Ratatouille the night before I moved in my freshman year at U of M; we had driven most of the way that day but stopped about an hour short of Ann Arbor.   422 more words

Meals & Miscellaneous

Half truth: crack butter

Our friends say they always come to us when they are in need of a fix. They reckon we have the best drugs in Brighton. Only after they have had some crack do they feel better, apparently. 191 more words

Food And Wine

Oh la la! Three Days in Paris

While in the States we found BlaBlaCar.com, a ride-sharing website that seemed popular in Europe.  We tried it in California but no one seemed to use it.  520 more words

Adventures