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I had so been looking forward to SPRING BREAK ... And suddenly, we are coronavirus closed for three weeks.

No students for three weeks.

Online learning.

You'...

March 24, 2019

Exhausted from a long hockey season and two weeks of non-stop grading, I just packed up the car and headed to the farm for spring break. It takes about eigh...

January 3, 2018

Not sure why this recipe isn't on the blog yet. I fell in love with Laura Calder and all her French recipes on "French Food at Home." An airier Julia Child,...

October 25, 2017

"I'm so glad that I live in a world where there are Octobers."  ~ L.M. Montgomery

Just returned from Houston to watch my Yankees lose the ALCS in Game 7. 

The...

July 3, 2016

There might be a protest if we all arrived to Thanksgiving or Christmas at the farm, and there wasn’t Kitty’s Squash Casserole. Kitty was my grandmother’s s...

This is another Vail Fourth of July recipe. Appropriate that I found it in a series of cookbooks that Ryan and Jenn gave me for Christmas one year. Whenever...

July 3, 2016

Brenna Tally lived next door to me in Vaughan 2 during my freshman year at Vanderbilt. With her birthday so close to Christmas, it was easy to always rememb...

Ryan and Casey called me over to try these one Sunday, and I couldn’t believe it. This was not the best turkey burger I had ever had; it was the best burger...

July 3, 2016

Robert and I had a favorite take-out restaurant just across the way from Erol’s. Dad would let each of us choose our Betamax movie, then we would head to Ta...

Like the quiche at La Madeleine, I set out to make their soup which they now jar and sell. I was even inspired by their low calorie version to replace the c...

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