winter Archive

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How to cut citrus segments

I wonder if you are like me when it comes to purchasing citrus. I hesitate before loading up on fruits that require peeling. I have a bad habit of buying these sun soaked winter treats only to sit for weeks in the fruit basket. I give the fruit a glance when I

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Rosemary Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Apples

I am sure you have been hard at work on those 5 Simple Steps to Launch Your Weight Loss I gave you earlier this week. Here’s what I love about the list. It gives you 5 calls to action, 5 positive ways to move forward, and it does not tell you what not to

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Gifting Sunshine – Candied Citrus

Winter in the Pacific Northwest is notoriously grey. I’m pretty sure the weather this time of year is the reason for our soggy reputation. It would be awfully handy to be able to manifest sunshine whenever the dreary clouds become overwhelming. I can’t give the sun to those I love but I

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Pumpkin-Cranberry Bread Pudding

The shortest day of the year is less than a month away. On days when the sun makes an appearance it will turn brassy by mid-afternoon.  Children scamper home from school trailing long shadows the sidewalk. Our house is still adorned for fall. I can’t bring myself to shove all the lovely rusty

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Yesterday the Sun Came Out

I really thought that I was going to make it through this winter one step ahead of a full blown SADD attack.  Things had been going well and there were enough breaks in the gloomy weather to keep the blues at an arms length.  Unfortunately I was ill prepared for the mid-February grey

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Snowy Outside, Peaceful Inside

One thing I really like about living where I do it the temperate climate.  Yes we see many cloudy days but rarely do we have an entire week of weather that keeps us stuck indoors.  There are of course exceptions to this rule.  Every few years we get a real dose of