Monthly Archives: August 2022

Garden Frustrations and New England Clam Chowder

When we returned from our trip, Tom noticed that almost all of our corn had been eaten. He suspects squirrels.  Since the beagle was away too, there was no garden deterrent. And our blueberry harvest has wound down.  It was … Continue reading

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Cabin Weekend with the Grandkids

So we took the grandkids to my mother’s family cabin this last weekend.  We left on Friday morning.  Here they are waiting for everything to get pack up including William’s motorcycle. We stopped by Black Diamond Bakery en route for … Continue reading

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Tired, Hot, Vintage Baking

I worked yesterday rather than today due to a colleague’s illness.  I had wanted to get some baking done so with this change I had to do it post-call, when I am tired.  But I also picked one of the … Continue reading

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