Monthly Archives: July 2006

Little Bit by Little Bit

I haven’t left the house in eight days, but I can sit up pretty reliably now. Today was the first day that I was able to sit up first thing in the morning. The first hours the last week or … Continue reading

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Working On It

(This entry is not in any way about food. If that means you’re not interested, you can stop reading now and I won’t be hurt at all.) Well, we had a bit of a setback over the weekend. Saturday, I … Continue reading

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What Feels Good

Cartoon borrowed from my favorite online strip, Savage Chickens. I started to slide downhill at the beginning of the month, I think, with a sleepless night on July 2, and another on July 4, that one caused by my no-account … Continue reading

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Hope to Return Soon

I expect I’m going to be gone for a bit – I have a bit of a bad relapse going on.  I’ve been working from home most of the week and I’m still unable to sit up for more than … Continue reading

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CSA Box #9

Here’s our first corn of the season. I’m pretty excited to see it. It’s an appropriate time to be eating it too – though this isn’t feed corn, of course, I’m in the middle of reading Michael Pollan’s Omnivore’s Dilemma … Continue reading

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Yellow Beans with a Chipotle Dressing

When you start looking around, it turns out that there are surprisingly few recipes for yellow beans out there. Now, I suppose you can do all the same things to yellow beans that you might do to green beans, but … Continue reading

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Black Beluga Lentil Salad with Slumped Cherry Tomatoes

Sometimes the in-between state, the half-cooked state, is better than the raw or the well-done. Cherry tomatoes are perfectly good uncooked, but at that point, most of them are a blast of sweetness and not much else. A quick turn … Continue reading

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