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They Might Have Both Made Good Surgeons or “The attention is in the details.”

We were getting a scary lecture on Universal Time Out at work. Not because there had been an ‘Uh oh” in our OR, but something somewhere had happened and our Director did not want it happening here. 301 more words

The Day of the Sour Cherry and Rosemary Focaccia

You are what you eat. And, I’d like to add, you write what you read. As the sayings go, I’ve just finished Some Luck in a two day race against a library due date, so bear with me. 1,123 more words

Food

Blueberry Dutch pancakes

Like most people I love a lazy Sunday morning – the type of day when you can sleep-in then stay in your jammies for hours. Like most people we are always go go GO so a lazy Sunday is a rare event. 282 more words

Recipe

The complete guide to getting the most out of your summer vegetables

Summer is officially upon us and that means it’s time to start enjoying lots and lot of vegetables. Whether you’re an enthusiastic farmers market shopper, a backyard vegetable grower, or, in the US, a member of a community supported agriculture (“CSA”) program, sometimes you just end up with too many vegetables. 1,293 more words

Maple oatmeal cookies

This recipe is from Martha Stewart. I had to tinker with the baking time because my cookies were rather thinner and not chewy as the cookies in her recipe photo. 226 more words

Vegetarian

Perfect Scrambled Eggs :: Cooking School for Homecooks

I recently found a gem of a book at my local library. Martha Stewart’s Cooking School. It’s such a steal. Basically, Martha walks you through pretty much every technique, tool, and recipe you need to be able to confidently make anything your little heart desires. 287 more words

Eggs