Month: September 2009

Dear Zucchini Diary: Zucchini Chips Ahoy!

Remember when I warned against letting squash sit too long on the vine? This squash grew to a comical size while we were on vacation. Oops. Baking variations are tricky beasts, because most of baking is chemistry. It’s not like soup (spice it to your liking) or roasting meat (it’s done when it hits this […]


Tomato windfall

Tomatoes from my in-laws’ garden are roasted for soup. Maybe I’m the world’s cruelest vegetarian (nevermind that I’m a meat eater). I love eating vegetables and fruits. I love choosing veggies to plant in the spring. I love vegetables more than meats on pizza (much to my pepperoni-loving husband’s chagrin). Caring for plants, though, that’s […]

The big coverup: Pink stitches

I livened up my teal coverup with hot pink zigzag stitches. Before I get into it, I want to explain my absence. I was on vacation. I wasn’t being lazy. Well, I was being lazy, but not at my house. MVH and I traveled to the southern part of Croatia, also know as Dalmatia. It’s […]

The big coverup: Pink bubbles

White washing machine, pink bubbles. Hrm. There were pink bubbles in my washing machine. Lots of pink foam. And it made me nervous. MVH didn’t even know I was washing a Rit-dyed garment, and I could feel him getting anxious across town. I didn’t panic. Of course there were a lot of bubbles. I washed […]

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