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More cheap eats

Food’s been on my mind lately. Like, a lot. I mean, thinking about food is kind of a normal state for me anyway, because it’s amazing. Seriously. Like if I have someone spend the night with me I wake up … Continue reading

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Experimental cooking weekend: Roast duck and duck stock

One of my dearest friends is a medical student, meaning she has even less free time than I have. Last year she faced the same problems I did with trying to eat healthy without sufficient time for cooking. We made … Continue reading

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This is not a cooking blog: in which I talk about cooking extensively

(Yes, it’s been a million years since I wrote last. Trying to remedy that but it’s a busy life I’ve got these days. We’ll see.) I decided last year that my best life solution was to become a physician assistant … Continue reading

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Easter feast — with pictures!

Happy Easter, for all the Easter celebrating-type peeps. I’m not religious at all, but I grew up Catholic, and went to a Catholic university, so Easter get-togethers with uni friends and their families are kind of a nice thing to … Continue reading

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What pippin eats

I have been trying to eat better now that I have the time to cook, so here’s the rundown on what’s been in my fridge and pantry this past week: Kale        Cheese (Colby-jack and havarti with dill) Red onions    … Continue reading

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Quality healthy eats on a budget

I’m hungry. Which would be fine except that I’m also broke. Well, okay, not actually broke, but newly unemployed and therefore in my head I’m broke. Certainly I don’t want to be extravagant with my culinary expenses, but I’m a … Continue reading

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Happy New Year! (now with resolutions!)

It’s that time of year, and while I’m not traditionally big on resolutions and all that (or really big on much of any kind of ceremony ever), I’m freshly out of a job as of December 31 and in a … Continue reading

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