Monthly Archives: February 2010

Pan de Muerto, “Bread of the Dead”

My son couldn’t stop talking about “bread of the dead” after his Spanish teacher baked it in celebration of Mexico’s Day of the Dead.  He got the recipe from her and made me bake the bread the following weekend. This … Continue reading

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No-Cook Poha

Baseball games, swim lessons, soccer practices consume my evenings from spring till fall, and on most of these days I find myself scrounging for food. My family is not enthusiastic about eating out on a regular basis, and it has … Continue reading

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It is snowing again

It is snowing again when is this going to end so far we had snow, sleet and ice my health is paying a heavy price My son wants to go out and explore but I want to head to the … Continue reading

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What! A Winner?

It’s a cloudy and dreary Monday morning, start of a work week, and l am dragging my feet both literally and figuratively. We have more snow in the forecast, sickness abound in my family from sniffles to sore throat to … Continue reading

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