Monthly Archives: July 2016

Giant Zucchini

It’s the New England farmer’s classic problem- you check the zucchini plants every day and none of them are ready, but then all of a sudden, you have a massive zucchini on your hands! When I was a kid, my … Continue reading

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Raspberries by the handful

I love raspberries, but not the prices at the supermarket. This time of year when they can be found growing wild, I take advantage and eat an entire year’s worth in a couple of week. I must admit, I usually … Continue reading

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A Weekend in Portland, ME

I went to Portland for work, so I didn’t have tons of time to explore the city, which is a shame since I liked what I saw. I did however, manage to go on one walking excursion, find a spin … Continue reading

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In the Garden: Pea Season

After a really long winter, our spring got off to a cold start, followed by wild swings in temperature. It was 70 degrees one day and 34 the next, and then it got really hot. For a while, I worried … Continue reading

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A New Englander in Paris

The day after I went to Edinburgh, I hopped on a plane to Paris. I’d never been before, but I put myself in the hands of my friend from university. We managed to fill the two and a half days … Continue reading

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