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Fish night!  SMIL told me she read somewhere that for perfect skin you should eat salmon, melon, and something else I forgot.  Along with nearly everyone, our family needs to eat more fish.  It’s healthy, it’s quick to prepare, and we are over-chickening in this house anyway.  Luckily I have children that eat and love […]

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I’m closing in on one year in food blogging.  This time last year, I had my soup swap, and came to grips with my love of two things:  cooking and the Internet.  My husband was at his wits end with my permanent connection to my laptop, likely fearing my increasingly unhealthy addiction to CNN and […]

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I’ve been running behind all week, and I’m blaming the rain.  In the past 7 days, we’ve had 8-9 inches of rain.  Not storms, thank goodness, but steady, streaming rain nearly unceasing all week.  Everything is soaking wet and crazy humid, and the preschoolers are pissed.  It’s enough to make one wonder if the universe […]

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I’m a sauce fan.  Love the sauces.  On our Florida trip we ate a fabulous meal at Fish Out of Water, where I ordered a delicious white fish – served – to my surprise, in a dark, flavorful broth.  Not submerged, but plated in a base of broth.  Our family generally hates wet fish.  Truth […]

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When you live in the mountains there’s no need for air conditioning.  As I understand it, the same often lies true for other areas like Boston, Manhattan (if you’re poor – or by the rest of the country’s standards- upper middle class), and probably large parts of the PacNorthwest.  Everywhere I’ve ever lived, we had […]

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Salmon Croquettes

Canola oil has fallen victim to rampant internet rumors of toxicity. If you’ve been thinking it’s bad for you, check here or here. I use olive oil for most everything, except frying. Canola oil has a higher smoke point than olive oil and is significantly lower in saturated fat than other frying oils like peanut […]

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