Monthly Archives: December 2010

How I Make Applesauce

This is, perhaps, the most delicious applesauce I’ve ever made.  If I do say so myself. It starts with these fresh Cameo apples I picked from the tree in my yard.  The tree automatically bar codes the fruit in case I … Continue reading

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Cheyenne Edition AND Woodman Edition!!

The Goat Cheese Lady has now been featured…well, maybe not exactly featured…but, at least talked about in FOUR newspapers!!!!  OH MY GOSH! I promise I won’t let it go to my head. But, just in case you missed it, here … Continue reading

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The Vulture Chicken

Beware. The Vulture Chicken. I have thought, since the day the Animal Whisperer brought home this free egg laying creature, that it was really ugly. It is.  It’s just plain ugly.  Period. He does not agree. These girls DO agree. … Continue reading

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The Spider Working With Me

I’m at my desk.  Working. And, because I have 29 irons in the fire, 2 kids, 2 businesses and a (handsome) husband, I don’t have time to vacuum the basement. The basement…where I’m working. And where there’s a spider who has … Continue reading

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How I Make Yogurt

 Yogurt is really easy to make. Once you get the right instructor.  For me, it was our friends Ani and Zareh.  They are Armenian and grew up knowing how to make delicious yogurt.  It is Zareh who gave me the … Continue reading

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My Cousin, Don

I got a call out of the blue today. From my second cousin once removed, or my first cousin twice removed or something like that.  Anyway, my cousin. I rarely talk to Don.  But if typical conversations with him go … Continue reading

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My 24 Hour Diet

There are 2 ways to lose the love handles.  One is not to eat this. The other is to get the 24 hour flu. I chose the flu. And just before the flu, I ate the item pictured above. I … Continue reading

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