Monthly Archives: August 2014

Recently Eating: Late Summer Edition

I love this time of year- it’s really the only time when I can look at the ingredients for a recipe and have most of them on hand. Between my garden, my mom’s garden, and the local farmer’s market, this … Continue reading

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Eats: Tiny Tasty Tomato Tarts

I made these for a party this week, and they disappeared at an alarming rate. They are perfect this time of year when the cherry tomatoes are cheap, plentiful, and delicious. Tiny Tomato Tarts 2 pints cherry tomatoes 1 piece … Continue reading

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Long Bike Rides: Things to Bring

Although I do ride with friends occasionally, I often find myself doing my longest rides alone. I enjoy the solitude and the amount of time I have to process my thoughts, but riding alone also brings some challenges and safety … Continue reading

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Eats: A Veggie Planet Inspired Dinner Recipe

via Tucked away just off Harvard Square in Cambridge, MA lies Veggie Planet. It’s basement level, so it sort of feels like a secret place, but the business of the place would suggest otherwise. First of all, the place seems … Continue reading

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Jamie Wyeth at the MFA Boston

While I was in Boston, I especially wanted to see the Jamie Wyeth exhibit at the MFA. I was only slightly familiar with his work, and this exhibit, which covers six decades of work, was an excellent primer course. I … Continue reading

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