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Yes, we have no bananas.

I know. You’re thinking, “dear God, another dog story?” No, actually. This is a post about breakfast. But it starts with a (short) story about a dog. 1,431 more words

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Down to Earth Dave's Post of the Day--April 16

Salutations, Gentle Reader,

At one point during the night, I turned in my fitful sleep and heard the distinct sound of sleet pelting the panes of my bedroom’s fenestrations. 635 more words

Always pack a sandwich.

My friend Fredericka, Colorado native, retired horse trader, and daughter of a fresco painter, never left home without snacks.

Fredericka and I met when we both taught at Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, MA. 1,394 more words

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Whan that Aprille.

Before I conjure a tale of a silly daddy, wrong assumptions, finding your strengths, and (of course) dinner, I’d like to offer a warm welcome to new followers and gratitude to the… 1,325 more words

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When in Omaha.

The purpose behind today’s story, before we talk about food for the week, is to remind you not to judge a book by its cover. I promise, you won’t have to stay with me long before we get into a recipe for carne adovada and a reason to buy malt vinegar. 1,679 more words

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Parashat #Pikudei- Master of the House

Master of the house

This week is the final instalment of the Mishkan saga. We have heard and studied every detail of the House of God for weeks and as the presence of God descends this week, we can take a moment to think about what a home should be. 379 more words

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