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If you have been reading my blog a while you know that I love soup. I really just adore it and I don’t know why. It’s a vague term and can encompass anything from New England Clam Chowder to Consume, but there’s rarely been a soup I haven’t loved. This one is a nice addition […]

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I. Love. This. Pasta. I’m almost tempted to leave this post at that, but that wouldn’t be enough to tell you about it’s lightness, the brightness of the lemon, how quick and easy it is to make.

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This may be the single simplest salad imaginable. I got the idea for it, from, of all things, one of Beverly Clearly’s Ramona Quimby books. (Evelyn and I have been reading these lately.)

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Sorbet: Rum Punch

The rum punch drinks were so good it was nearly impossible not to make it as a sorbet. Adam, was a little bit of a party-pooper and said that he prefers his alcohol in liquid form but he ate his words. The sorbet is awesome. The alcohol is very present and packs a little punch […]

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I realized that in the midst of “Ice-cream Week!” I needed to tip the hat to those who can’t eat dairy. I mean the sorbet does that, sort of, but that’s not actually ice-cream, it’s sorbet, duh. So I decided to demonstrate just how easy it is to swap out the cow milk and make […]

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Sorbet: Watermelon

Ugly picture, I know, but I am in love with watermelon sorbet. It is to me, in some ways, the essence of summer. It’s light, it’s fruity; it’s refreshing; it’s thirst quenching; and it’s sweet. Sorbets are light in part because they have no dairy in them. Although, homemade sorbets need a little help since […]

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