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Posted March 30th, 2012 @ 5:41 pm EST

Look left, over yonder. My excellent web designer has added a new feature to the site so that you can subscribe to my blog and soon-to-be-developed newsletter chock full of reading recommendations, SM news, and timely events of which I may or may not be a...   »

A Rained Out Fair
Posted July 19th, 2009 @ 1:09 pm EST

This fair rolls onto the school lawn in Norwich every July, and then packs up and rolls out two days later. It's what you would imagine with fried dough and tickets and swings. I didn't make it because of the downpouring rain and torrential winds, but whe...   »

Fare Il Limoncello
Posted June 10th, 2009 @ 2:25 pm EST

In honor of a friend's 26th, we mixed a double batch of limoncello over the weekend. When the bartender at Stella's overheard us discussing what kind of lemons to use, she unraveled the towel swinging from her hip to show us her parents' favorite Sicilian...   »

Obsessed: Beets
Posted May 16th, 2009 @ 6:33 pm EST

At the Norwich Farmers Market, I bought a jar of pickled beets for $5. Astounding, yes. Overpriced, I think so. The best I've tasted, absolutely. In that giddy fit that overcomes me when I see food! from farmers! outdoors! with the sun is shining! my budg...   »

Katya Pazza and Capellacci di Zucca
Posted April 21st, 2009 @ 9:58 pm EST

When I hit a mental block with the writing, I crank out fresh pasta to get my creative juices flowing. This morning? Capellacci and tortellini. In Ferrara, I lived with a middle-aged Italian named Katya and her little, dirty dog Filo. The apartment was, a...   »

Cardboard Sleds Mark The End Of Winter
Posted April 10th, 2009 @ 9:09 pm EST

Watched the Intergalactic Cardboard Sled Contest on Mount Sunapee. With duct tape, cardboard, and wax, about twenty teams that spent months working on their sleds. The day before, a clutch of Dartmouth med students created the Pope Mobile (if they had on...   »

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