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On Saturday we discovered bottomless brunch.

I had lofty plans about both this weekend.  I am on Spring Break this week, which meant last weekend marked a blissful studying and grading break. James has been traveling fairly frequently and went out of town again today, so … Continue reading

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Breakfast Sandwiches

On our honeymoon we ate a lot of bagel sandwiches. There was no shortage of elegant dining options in Banff, no deficit of fine grocers, nothing lacking in the kitchen of our resort apartment.  There was no reason at all … Continue reading

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I am thankful that we have to eat.

Happy Thanksgiving week! Dig out those fat jeans and start eating turkey and a variety of sweet foods that we call salad when they should be dessert. I love November for so many reasons, and not only because it is … Continue reading

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Spiced Chili

Confession #1: I hate concerts. Obviously I don’t mean all concerts. Here, for instance, I have compiled a list of the 6 concerts that could tempt me to go: Celine Dion/ Josh Groban, because they are the same person in two genders … Continue reading

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Why I love DC: Brunch (in Easter Market, or anywhere else)

If DC could be represented by a meal, it would be brunch. Chicago is probably a nice dinner, New York might be a late night swanky cocktail or bagels and lox, and L.A. is probably sushi or something. But DC … Continue reading

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Sweet and Spicy Kale Salad

Remember in college when you didn’t actually need sleep or nutrition, or at least, you willed your body into acting like it didn’t? You would pull all-nighters (ok, not me because I just give up around midnight), eat nothing but … Continue reading

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Mini-Quiches and the Modern Woman

Dear Fellow Over Burdened Modern Women of the World: Why do we make life so many times harder for ourselves than it needs to be? Ok, back up. Let me share a mini-breakdown I had a couple weeks ago. I … Continue reading

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Goat cheese fig flatbread and saying goodbye.

The falling of the figs marks the end of summer.  You think that it will never come, that the tree will stay barren, that the bright green bulbs will never turn purple. You think that you have forever, that the … Continue reading

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Peach Cobbler, or, Dr. Quinn and Kentucky Hospitality.

Guys, do you remember that amazing TV show Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman? What am I talking about – of course you remember it, because it was awesome. You can go watch the opening song here, and then come back when … Continue reading

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Green thoughts.

Do you ever read one of those books that forces you to look around at parts of your life and evaluate? I love those. And I hate those. Earlier this summer I read Michael Pollan’s The Omnivores Dilemma, and it got … Continue reading

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