Monthly Archives: January 2012

Lessons From Aunt Grace

I have an Aunt Marsha, an Aunt Judy, an Aunt Audrey, an Aunt Lynne, an Aunt Ramona, an Aunt Chris, and an Aunt Jule. For the record:  I do not have an Aunt Grace. But somebody does, and that somebody … Continue reading

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What To Do With Whey: Sauerkraut

In every single cheese making class I’ve ever taught, I am asked:  “What can you do with the whey?” Whey is the byproduct of making cheese, it’s the yellowish liquid that separates out from the thick, white curd.  And, my … Continue reading

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Mountain or Mole Hill?

First of all, is it molehill?  Or mole hill?  I’ve said it a few times in my life, but never had to write it.  “Don’t make a mountain out of a mole hill.”  “Don’t make a mountain out of a … Continue reading

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An Invitation to Learn More About Great Strides!

This is an invitation I received a few days ago.  I’m sharing it here because I hope that if you live in or near Colorado Springs, you’ll be able to come to join us in supporting the fight against Cystic … Continue reading

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The Goat Cheese Lady Team!!!

My sister and I are a few years older than Samantha and Libby, but we grew up together.  My parents have been friends with Steve and Debi, Samantha and Libby’s parents, since the early 80′s, and when my parents learned that Sam … Continue reading

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Count Down To The New Dishwasher!!!

I can hardly breathe.  Or speak.  Or wash another dish.  (and, after this picture, Montana can’t really see straight either.) As many of you know, who’ve been to a class and heard me say, “Our dishwasher is broken, so I’ll … Continue reading

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Look What The Dog Dragged In.

This is Montana.  (The n should have that little curly Spanish thing over it to show you that it’s pronounced Montanya.)  He’s our 1-year-old horse mixed with St. Bernard and Anatolian Shepard. And, because we have no physical fences or … Continue reading

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