Monthly Archives: November 2010

Interview with a bog-dweller

Conjure up an image of what, or who, resides in a marshy, murky, mucky bog, and well, I gotta say, it’s not looking too pretty. Unless of course you are referring to persons residing in the west of Ireland, and … Continue reading

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Hard to crack? Understatement

I have a new appreciation for the cost of shelled nuts. Walnuts in particular.  The price of shelled English (aka Persian) is one thing, but go purchase shelled Black Walnuts and woosh, why so much more?  Compare the shelling process and … Continue reading

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La vie en Rose, stinkin’ that is (encore)

No, no, no, not accepting that Summer is over.  Yes, confirmed by my favorite weatherman, Tom Skilling, it is now officially Fall. And indications of the season are confirming said season change — apples, pears, and pumpkins, yeah, pumpkins have … Continue reading

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