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My mom came to my house to watch my kids while my husband and I went to Antiqua. I made her the biscotti that she loves and thought that it would make her really happy. She loves my biscotti and won’t ask me to make them for her, but I know that she wants me […]

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I’m starting a new little series called Things That Make Me Happy. They might not necessarily be food related, but things that I want to share with you because they bring me joy in some way or another and I hope that they will to you as well.  The Inspiration  About 6 or 7 years […]

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A few weekends ago I went to see my friend Jenny in Vermont. I had been looking so forward to going to her house to see her garden. Even in the dead of winter, you can tell that amazing things happen in there. Jenny is the most incredible gardener and I drool over her Instagram […]

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I have been on a big quiche kick lately. There is a great little coffee shop in Woods Hole called Pie In The Sky that makes my favorite quiche around. The crust is a little sweeter than what I would normally use for a quiche, but that is why I love their quiche so much. […]

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Magazines are one of my (many – fresh flowers, Anthro mugs, candles, pens) downfalls. I love them and really have a hard time saying no when I see a pretty cover. So imagine my happiness when I see two of my favorite things rolled into one. King Arthur Flour and a gorgeous new magazine call […]

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I want to love eggs. I get jealous when I see someone with a runny cracked egg on their plate. I wish that I was one of those people that could eat eggs any way, any time. They look really good to me, and eggs are one of my favorite things to cook. Poaching eggs is […]

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I am on the couch this week recovering from a pretty maj surgery. (I’m fine, promise.) I really am surprised at how hard it is to lay around and not do anything. It sounded amazing when my doctors told me that I would have to really take it easy for a few weeks. I filled […]

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Well, it is about that time. We are soaking up the last bits of summer and are getting ready to send the kids back to school in a little over a week. I am having bittersweet emotions about the whole thing. We had one of the best summers imaginable. We moved to the Cape and […]

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