MAINE COURSE
The knobby, brown roots were piled in a box at the Tangled Oak Farm stand at the winter Bangor Farmers’ Market. I was there for stew meat, and maybe some eggs for breakfast, but seeing those brown tubers, I got excited. I’ve rarely seen them… Read More
    MAINE COURSE
    Several years ago, tired of the worn and battered look of my once-nice kitchen table, I carefully sanded it, stained it and re-polyurethaned it. The process took me a few days, and I was so happy when it looked clean, crisp and fresh again. Read More
    TASTE BUDS
    My parents didn’t believe in soda for children. When my sister and I were thirsty we drank water out of a Dixie cup assigned to us, lined up on the window sill just above the kitchen sink, one for each family member. Read More

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    TASTE BUDS
    Thinly sliced, dressed with a little olive oil and lemon zest and salt and pepper lightly added, fennel salad is just the ticket for cool summer dinners, or something light after hearty braised winter dishes. Not everyone likes a vegetable that tastes like licorice… Read More