Category Archives: Family

Supplement: Video Interview with Ravioli Chefs

In last Sunday’s blog, we featured homemade ravioli.  Here is a brief interview with the chefs:

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187 degrees out of phase

Except for breakfast, lunch, and dinner today, Barbara and I ate all our meals together, as we usually do.  Why was that, you ask?  Well, when you and your life partner are 187 degrees out-of-phase with your biorhythms and food … Continue reading

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Saturday morning cooking with the grandsons

It was 1º F. when we woke up yesterday morning.  Sarah and Nathan were dropping the D boys off at our place at 9 AM, and I had the pleasure of keeping them busy for the next 4-5 hours, until … Continue reading

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Good Friends, Good Food, and Some Wine

Aaron’s here for a week, and last night we celebrated with some of his very good friends.  Having established a tradition of sharing good food and wine with this group, it was a perfect time to do it again. Barbara … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Dinner on Friday

Why not?  It gives our daughter and family an uncontested opportunity to be with in-laws and turkey on Thursday, and with us and a vegan dinner on Friday.  Small family gathering, but one of Barbara’s best dinners ever, in my … Continue reading

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Dining Out, Dining In

Dining Out Last Friday night was a big one from a food and friends standpoint: we had a long-awaited dinner with Stacy and Vince at Bondir Restaurant in Cambridge.  It’s always fun to be with them, and the restaurant lived … Continue reading

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Verde Valley, Arizona — Family, food and wine visit

Last week we went to Cottonwood, the center of the Verde Valley in central Arizona.  Our son is studying viticulture and winemaking in a program at Yavapai College there, and he is applying those studies in the local wineries and … Continue reading

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