Monthly Archives: February 2011

A word about the header pictures

From left to right, here is a description of the pictures in the page header: Rotisserie-roasted pork loin, from some event for a lot of people at our house.  Pork loin is a great choice for large groups.  It is … Continue reading

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Dinner in Colorado

Dinner in Colorado We headed to Beaver Creek over the President’s Day weekend for a few days of skiing. It is not Jen’s favorite, but she is a gamer, and she plays along for the men she loves. After our … Continue reading

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Homemade pizza

It’s been a while since we made pizza at home, so I decided to take another crack at it last Sunday night. I used Mark Bittman’s recipe for pizza dough, taken from the How to Cook Everything iPhone app. It … Continue reading

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Super Bowl Sunday

We celebrated the Super Bowl with a slightly unconventional menu: Stuffed turkey breast Spice-rubbed roast chicken Fennel salad Spaghetti with bacon and onions Chocolate pecan pie The turkey breast turned out well. I stuffed it with Italian sausage and some … Continue reading

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I’m not sure when I made this, I think it was part of a weeknight dinner with pork rib chops and a salad. Irrespective of that, bruschetta is versatile and satisfying. It all starts with good bread- hearty and crusty. … Continue reading

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Damon meeting, Orlando

I attended the Damon continuing education meeting in Orlando last weekend.  Depending on who you ask, Damon is either an orthodontic bracket (brace), or a religion.  It was held at the JW Marriott, which is part of the Grande Lakes … Continue reading

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Iced Tea

Had lunch with Jennifer on Wednesday at Urban Flats.  It’s a good place, with a fresh, contemporary menu, nice decor, and an interesting wine list. What I found most notable about my meal on Wednesday, however, was a glass of … Continue reading

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