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Just born....Look what I learned from the amazing website "How You Glow!" It's my rendition of a crust made from cooked and chopped cauliflower (among other healthy and yummy things) and topped with all kinds of savory stuff! Its creator, Pamela Salzman, was featured on this site- to see the video if how Pamela makes this extremely clever gluten-free crust, go to the How You Glow website.
Last nights delicious (and beyond soothing) dinner. Veal chops and creamy polenta topped with deeply caramelized assorted mushrooms and a seriously reduced savory gravy. Shaved Reggiano for the top. I'm still dreaming about the combination of textures and tastes...Dried cherries, chopped candied walnuts, salted Marvin's almonds, dark chocolate. Just playing...

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October 17, 2008 • Comments (0)
One more thing about that most important word “change”…

The word “change” has been used a lot lately, especially politically. Treated as “occupied territory” on slanted slogans that insinuate that if a person (or a group) chooses to go in one direction (or not) they’ll then get to either experience or bypass change. As if change was an option, which it’s not. It’s not the actuality of change that should be the subject of debate, rather it’s the way we, as individuals and as a country, choose to take on the responsibility of shaping the quality of change that matters most and is what’s always up for grabs. So,… continue reading
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October 17, 2008 • Comments (0)
Time to Embrace and Shape the Inevitable; Change

A few weeks ago, as Jon and I got back from our usual morning walk, we looked up at one of our trees and noticed that the leaves on this particular one were, for some reason, the only ones in the neighborhood turning color. Almost to say “I’m ready; let’s get the show on the road!” I thought to myself, wouldn’t it be great to embrace all change that way? This past year, for me, has been riddled with a wide gamut of change; most profound, a year ago August, after an all-of-a-sudden diagnosis and a five month fight,… continue reading
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