Monthly Archives: February 2007

This week's produce basket (2/27/07)

  Well, here is this week’s produce basket.   I can’t wait for those artichokes!   I think we will have those on Thursday 🙂 Here’s what’s included….. navel oranges carrots grapefruit radishes avocados artichokes kale baby bok choy chinese … Continue reading

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Passing on the ministry…..

Well, for many of you that know me personally, or that have known me via the “web” for any length of time know that one of my personal ministries is providing meals for families with illness, recovering from surgery, having … Continue reading

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Tuna sadness…..

😦 I just read a recipe note on a tuna recipe on Eating Well.com and found out something that made me sad….I LOVE my albacore tuna. 😦 Maybe I’ll have to do what a friend does and mix it half … Continue reading

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Remember my new venture?

I posted a few days ago about a new  venture that I was starting……it is actually two-fold. One part of it is that I am making lunches for a couple of (which turned into 3 the day before I started, … Continue reading

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Today's produce basket 2/20/07

Here’s what is in today’s basket: Oranges Red potatoes Turnips Rutabagas Yellow Onions Fuji apples lemons mustard greens broccolini baby bok choy napa cabbage spinach The extras that I bought this week were: honey raw milk cheese

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kids and school and "experiments"

Today we are having a “science day”.   The kids are doing every kitchen experiment that they can think of and that we have the ingredients for……this was totally initiated by them:)  This morning when I was getting their math lessons … Continue reading

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Chinese Cabbage Salad with Orange and tahini dressing

This past weekend while going through my recipe files on my computer I found this recipe.  I had gotten it in an email in August 2000, and have never made it.   It uses ingredients that I have on hand right … Continue reading

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