Author Archives: Carol

Givings & Misgivings

 Do I dare donate these foods to the hungry?   One lazy Saturday morning recently a Boy Scout rings the doorbell. He and his troop mates are canvassing the neighborhood collecting canned goods for a feed-the-homeless drive. He’s polite and … Continue reading

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Measure For Measure

Know what makes me crazy? A lot of things do actually, but close to the top of the list is a recipe that reads, “Take the juice of one lemon…” Can you imagine the difference in flavor between a salad … Continue reading

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Mr. Cabbage Buys a First-Class Ticket to Decadenceville

Last week’s blog entry on cabbage drew interest from people who wanted to know how to give it the bacon and maple treatment. Here’s the recipe I devised… Bacon Maple Cabbage Makes 8 servings The Internet has loads of variations … Continue reading

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Cabbage Gets a Spring Makeover

“Arrright, Cabbage! Your days in this bin are numbered!” “Nooo, Mr. Carrot. Listen to me, Mr. Celery, just ’cause I ain’t a member of the Mirepoix Gang don’t mean I ain’t got no place here!” (Yeah, I know. I really … Continue reading

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A Confirmation of Character

Whilst cleaning through the flotsam and jetsam of my computer this weekend, I ran across the following submission to a short story contest. Fiction is not my forte, but I figured there would be no harm in giving it a … Continue reading

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