Monthly Archives: September 2011

working ladies

So the chicky-chicks have been busy today. This morning there were no eggs in the coop and when I checked this afternoon there were 4. One each. That’s what they’re supposed to do, but for some reason it just seems … Continue reading

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easy spinach quiche

For this I used a fresh chicken egg. It’s the same spinach, feta, tomato tart I’ve made many times, but this is a very healthified version. Well, minus the flour and butter crust.But a freshly rolled and baked flour butter … Continue reading

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swimming upstream

I try to have fish at least once a week. Omega-3s and all that. I think salmon is probably one of my favorite fish. Not that I have had all that many to judge by. I think it has more … Continue reading

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20 miles? check. chickens? double check.

Hello new little friends! Don’t be shy! My mom got her 4 “little chicks” today. Obviously, they are not little, nor are they babe chicks. Nope, these are some obnoxiously squawks, egg-laying beasts. They are productive gals…an egg as already … Continue reading

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banana bread

The weekends are my prime time, so to speak, for baking and cooking because I don’t have much time for it during the week. It isn’t like I’m subsisting off fast food and microwave meals or anything, but lunches tend … Continue reading

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stem save

At work they save me the portobello mushroom stems. Sometimes the prep guys are extra nice and throw in a whole portobello. Like yesterday, when they threw in not one, but two. Before cooking it was literally the size of … Continue reading

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hummus and pumpkin

Tonight was the first night of pumpkin bread…probably one of the best ways to use pumpkin in my opinion. It’s dense, rich, healthy. Pumpkin bread 1 ½ cups flour                                     Combine dry ingredients 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp cinnamon … Continue reading

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