Monthly Archives: July 2008

My Life as a Role Model

I take my job as an educator very seriously.  Even though it’s halfway through the summer, I was talking to Ed tonight about an idea I had for a project for my Environmental Science class.  (It’s very cool… I’m thinking … Continue reading

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The Growing Challenge

I just recently joined Melinda’s “The Growing Challenge.”  Although it’s a little late to join, turns out I’ve been playing all along and didn’t even know it! Here’s a synopsis of the rules (but follow the link if you want … Continue reading

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Yankee Paella

I know, “Yankee Paella” is a strange title.  But I think that’s what it is.  I’ve never had real paella, instead sticking to what I make at home, so I’m not even sure what the real stuff is like.  However, … Continue reading

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Aunt Dot’s Corn Fritters

My Aunt Dot sent me this recipe way back during Corn Week, but I didn’t get a chance to try making them until tonight.  With maple syrup and a fried egg, these are the perfect breakfast for dinner! Aunt Dot’s … Continue reading

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August Challenge

I just signed up to participate in Chile’s Discretionary Eating Challenge.  Click the image above to learn more about the challenge.  Here’s what I’ve committed to: CAFE-  100%; I will not eat at restaurants for the month of August, and will … Continue reading

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