Monthly Archives: July 2015

Breakfast Cheesecake

“Momma,” my daughter, Polly, calls up the staircase, “Can Sue and I eat the cheesecake in the fridge for breakfast?” I pause as I rinse my face with cool water. Hmm. I wonder: what kind of nutrition does cheesecake give … Continue reading

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The Bovina Quilt

In 1973 I married and moved to a tiny farming community tucked well off the two-lane Catskill Mountain highways in Delaware County, New York. There, in my late 20s, I joined a community of endearing, eclectic people, a mere few … Continue reading

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On the Kitchen Table – Posh Squash

Zucchini. Does the word conjure up anything in particular for you? For me, I always chuckle and slide back in time to 1974, the year I, city girl that I’d been, became a farm wife, the year I planted my … Continue reading

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