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I know it's been a while. A lot has happened.

It’s said: “great things are believed of those who are absent.”  If that’s indeed true, I hope I don’t let you down.

It has been a great few weeks since my last post.   594 more words

Around The Island

Turkey Burgers, Tzatziki, Tabbouleh and Rain...lots of rain

In my usual lots of forethought way, I chose yesterday to to create a grilled Mediterranean feast. It was not until the sky opened up and began to pummel us with fat rain drops that I realized the issue with my plan. 1,087 more words

In The Kitchen

it's 'mater season

i’m not ashamed to say that i’m a VERY picky eater….i’m a meat and potatoes girl and will only eat my veggies in the raw (the veggies, not me!).   193 more words

Dill Spears

12 pint jars (or 6 quarts)
2 Tablespoons white vinegar (optional)
12 new lids and rings

5-6 quarts of cucumbers; sliced into spears

6 cups white vinegar… 288 more words

In The Kitchen

Hesser vs. Sucrée

I better figure out this tart crust dilemma quickly. I’ve volunteered to bake 24 tarts for our neighborhood bake sale next Saturday. Last night, regrettably, the Hesser and Sucrée battle ended, as I was afraid it would, without a clear victor. 246 more words

Life

Food Truck Friday: The Meat Truck, LLC

(WTNH)– Owner Jose Perez and his cook/cousin Chris Morales from the The Meat Truck, LLC  show us how to make a Chimichurri Steak Sandwich.

The MEAT truck is a butcher shop inspired, gourmet sandwich truck. 328 more words

Connecticut Style

Prevention is better than cure..... especially when there isn't one!

Last October, this is what happened to my tomato plants:

And this is what happened to the tomatoes:

One minute, the tomatoes were ripening nicely and my biggest concern was how to keep the critters from demolishing them. 217 more words

Gardening