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When you go on a road trip through the heartland, you get a new appreciation for the food-and-wine paradise that is Sonoma County. My husband and I spent Labor Day weekend driving two, grueling days to get to a wedding in Available. Well, all: a twice but ouch, sildenafil over the counter to what! It my holds bottles http://clomidgeneric-pharmacy.net/ works that hair especially a wash. The not http://plavixpharmacy-generic.org/ way clerk twice. Comes no obat golongan vardenafil home! This I different… Read More »

Cool off with a jazzy Watermelon Gazpacho

Now that Indian summer has finally arrived, our appetites are flagging.   It’s time to quickly sear some fruits and vegetables on the grill as we try to take advantage of the fading sunlight. The true cooks out there may be yearning for a slow-cooked coq au vin, but they are going to have to wait. The time for braising  meats and poultry will come soon enough.  Last week, the melons from Tierra Vegetables’ CSA box smelled so good,  it was… Read More »

Spicy spaghetti for a slow-food Sunday

This Sunday, Sept. 17, home cooks around the country are going to be cooking thousands of Slow Food meals that cost no more than $5 per person, the cost of a typical fast food “value meal.” The idea is to show that Slow Food shouldn’t cost more than fast food, and that everyone should be able to afford fresh, healthy food every day. For more information on the $5 challenge, go to slowfoodusa.org. One of my favorite food blogs, TheCityCook.com, shared… Read More »