MAINE COURSE
For a while there, we fell into a bit of a dinnertime rut. Favorite dishes started appearing more and more, with little else hitting the menu. It became a time of too many marinated, roasted chicken breasts, a startling number of tacos and more batches of… Read More
    MAINE COURSE
    A few months back, my son’s schedule delved into the realm of “busy.” His last few swim lessons for the winter session overlapped with the start of ski lessons. Meanwhile, he was finally selected for a club he’d wanted to join. And then he signed up for… Read More
TASTE BUDS
Next to ratatouille, eggplant parmesan is my  favorite way to eat one of summer’s grand vegetables, and a good excuse for growing eggplants. I have assembled it in casseroles, baked, then carved the result into blocks of deliciousness to serve. The following simpler method… Read More
    TASTE BUDS
    It is so good to see green beans setting abundantly on the plants out in the garden. I love green beans—eat them raw in the garden; blanch them and dip them in pesto mayonnaise or garlicky aioli; steam them and eat with butter, salt… Read More

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    PARLEZ-VOUS AMERICAN?
    On 9 March 1916, Mexican soldiers under the command of General Pancho Villa attacked the city of Columbus, New Mexico. It was just one of many such border skirmishes which had been ongoing since the outbreak of civil war in Mexico in 1910. However, the attack… Read More