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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Turkish Fried Eggs (Or, How to Beat the Winter Blues)


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Turkish Fried Eggs (Or, How to Beat the Winter Blues)

Come January’s end in the Bay Area, it feels to me like springtime. I imagine this sensation has mostly to do with the fact that I go back home to Michigan over the holidays, and after that sort of cold and ice, this weather—along with the blue skies, leafy plants and blooming trees—seems awfully springlike indeed! Nor does it hurt that at […]

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Doing it Again | Ribollita with Winter Squash


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Doing it Again | Ribollita with Winter Squash

I’m a sucker for all things New Year-related. I love reflecting on the past and tend toward nostalgia. I’m always grateful for the blank canvas that a new year provides, even though I’ve come to realize that it will eventually be covered with the same sort of strange, delightful, wandering, maddening brushstrokes that are, quite […]

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