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Words for Grey, Part 1

In previous posts (here and here), I mentioned the poem that provided the inspiration to combine my poetry with my quilts. Around this same time, I was also reading… 263 more words

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No Fuss Focaccia

I’m working my way through the stack of recipe pages I’ve torn out of King Arthur Flour catalogs. This weekend, I made Focaccia. I wanted something simple but with great flavor that went beyond the yumminess of bread. 570 more words

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The Kite Perspective, Part 3

The Kite Perspective is finished!

I’m amazed at how pleased I am that I finally made this quilt.  I’ve carried the design in my head for close to a decade and to see it come to life was so satisfying. 275 more words

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Extra-Tangy Sourdough Bread

I’ve written a post or two about sourdough bread.  While those breads were yummy, they lacked that little extra tang that comes from true, San Francisco-style sourdough.  643 more words

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The Kite Perspective, Part 2

When I saw the painting that inspired The Kite Perspective, two things struck me and have remained vivid memories in all the years I’ve carried this design in my head.  360 more words

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The Kite Perspective, Part 1

Almost a decade ago, I worked for a general contractor who filed a claim for compensation for construction time lost.  We lost a month of production due to flooding at the job site from a tropical storm.  161 more words

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Semolina Sandwich Bread

One of my favorite things about the King Arthur Flour Baking Company catalog is the recipes interspersed with all the baking tools and ingredients.  I always find at least one item I want to bake and I’ll rip out the page to keep; in fact, I’ve got quite a stash of dog-eared catalog pages saved in the inside front pocket of my recipe binder.  362 more words

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