Monthly Archives: September 2012

Gazpacho, Spain and Gaudi

Ivermectin buy cheap Click here to view recipe. Last November we spent almost two weeks in Spain and we spent the majority of our time in Barcelona. Almost wherever you look, structures by famous Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi rise from the pavement. He’s … Continue reading

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Sweetening the Jewish New Year with Chicken Thighs & Veggies

Bisceglie Click here to view recipe. I mentioned Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, in last week’s post (though I forgot to mention that I always ALWAYS make rugelach on this special day!). For those of you unfamiliar with Jewish holidays, … Continue reading

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The Chopped Liver Challenge

http://pacificindustrialmarine.ca/marine-construction/ Click here to view recipe. The title of this post will likely not appeal to most of you — unless, of course, you ate chopped liver for holiday celebrations throughout your life. Such is the case with me; a Jewish … Continue reading

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Up On the Roof

I live on the third floor of a third floor 1927 condominium overlooking Seattle, Lake Union and Puget Sound. During August this year I’ve been pretty much traveling non-stop but I’ve started a tradition for when I’m home. What’s the … Continue reading

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