Monthly Archives: April 2010

Ameugny this year

This post is a test, in more than one sense. On the one hand, I’m trying to figure out how to handle placing photos on my blog with the tools I’ll be taking to France, namely my iPad and an … Continue reading

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Few gizmos have become a part of my life as quickly as the iPad. Here you see it in my kitchen, on the cookbook holder, with a recipe from Sunday’s Chronicle (pork tenderloin with grapefruit and greens). The screen is … Continue reading

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Eating locally, very locally…

Dinner, tonight, consisted of the greens you see above (they cook way down) from the garden, baby carrots from a local farm represented at Menlo’s farmer’s market this morning, and Petrale sole from Pietro Parravano, a Half-Moon-Bay fisherman. The chef … Continue reading

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The garden, one month along

As you can see (provided you’re not a blind reader), the new garden is coming along very nicely. The greens – spinach, romaine and red leaf lettuce, edible chrysanthemum, chard and 3 Asian varieties are bounteous – we’ve been eating … Continue reading

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Grace’s radishes

Busy Saturday – the young man I’ve been mentoring at church, Zach Deal, was confirmed at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, today. I was very pleased to be part of  the celebration on this step in Zach’s journey – he’s … Continue reading

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The iPad

So, I will confess that I’ve been struggling a bit to get my first blog post out of the iPad. Yesterday, at Cafe Zoe, I couldn’t get either WordPress’ web app or the native iPad app to get the job … Continue reading

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