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Avocado Cookies: Challenge Sparks Delicious Creation

A version of this story appeared on Northeast Valley News September 25, 2014.

It’s almost like an episode of “Chopped.” You know — where the chefs are given impossible ingredients and expected to conjure a culinary delight — “You have been faced with a challenge: make a delectable dessert, using only pickled onions, Hershey’s Syrup and a can of sardines.” 684 more words


MIM Slideshow

Here are some of the many photographs I’ve taken at the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix AZ. (If you’re on my Home page and the slideshow isn’t running for you, click on “MIM Slideshow” above.) 13 more words


MIMeography . . . by Andrea R Huelsenbeck  

If you are ever in the Phoenix, Arizona area, I recommend you spend a few hours at the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM). This world-class cultural center will delight your senses. 644 more words


Andrea R Huelsenbeck reblogged this on ARHtistic License and commented:

This piece was first posted on Doing Life Together. On Saturday, I'll post a slideshow of photographs I've taken at the MIM.

Obstacles & Finding My Way

Another week has passed. I can’t believe I have been in Belgium for almost two weeks now.

I’ve been figuring out quite a few things about Europe that I didn’t know previously. 972 more words


The Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix: A Fascinating Celebration of Music

If you’re a music enthusiast or you play an instrument or two, the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix should be on your immediate to-do list. This two-story gallery celebrates all things musical and is loaded with an astounding assortment of instruments from all over the world. 623 more words


Reverence Rocks!

Namaste Glowing, Glorious, Green Growing Beauties of Life & Light!
We are back from our spring break adventure road trip to Arizona ~ the state of amazing cacti, rock mountains, and THE premier museum of musical instruments! 839 more words


What’s in my Phoenix, Arizona Travel Journal?

I’ve never been a huge fan of the Southwest. I prefer cool weather, lush vegetation, and lots of bodies of water over spiders, cacti, and heat, even if it is “dry heat” as we are constantly reassured by those who call The Grand Canyon State home! 875 more words