Tag Archive for 'recipes'

(This is Kristine. I am sitting with M, E, O and W – the campers of Camp MEOW. We have worked hard all day on our recipe for our lemonade stand. We’d like to share it with you now. But, first, I am turning over the reins of the blog to the kids! So everything […]

Explore More : June 6th

Thanks so much for your amazing response to yesterday’s post on social media triggers. I love what everyone shared through comments, Facebook, texts, and emails. We’ll revisit the theme next week, but feel free to continue to discuss here and on (ironically enough) social media. I haven’t nagged you guys to hang enough lately. For […]

Explore More : May 30th

It’s the last day of school! (Translation: I hope I can keep blogging! Transition. Crazy schedules. All-mommy-all-the-time. We shall see!) Much of my free time the past few days was absorbed by this tire-weirdness that popped up. The diagnosis? “You must have hit a pothole, m’am.” (Those of you who drive in Atlanta will understand […]

Explore More : May 23rd

Although most area schools release for the year this week, we’ve still got one more week to go. Well, we have Monday off for Memorial Day. So, Maysanity continues, although with baseball and dance done, things have calmed a bit. You know what calms me down? Watering my little garden. I think I’ve mentioned, we […]

Explore More : May 16th

Last week, the head of school at my kids’ school announced at our weekly assembly that there were only three more weeks remaining in the year. The kids cheered. The parents gasped. As Rusty, the dad of one of my son’s pals, said, “There’s a lot of culmination going on in those three weeks, folks.” […]

Explore More : May 2nd

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Salmon Fennel Cakes

Bone-in, fatty fish rock. Let me count the ways: calcium, Omega-3 fatty acids, easy storage. I could go on. I have no trouble downing bone-in sardines and other tiny fish, and I have many recipes using them, too. (Like this one for Sardine Mayo, this one for a Sardine Scramble and this one for a Simply Sardine Salad.) […]

Explore More : April 25th

I hope you guys are enjoying Plants-a-palooza 2014 as much as I am. I will write a wrap-up post next week with the lessons I learned and things I will be changing going forward. But please feel free to share your thoughts here or on Facebook. (ad) Don’t forget about the completely amazing Primal Life […]

Bacon Wrapped Oysters

In my Farmers’ Market post, I mentioned that Mom and I had fetched some fresh shrimp and oysters at the Bluffton Oyster Company on our way home. It sits right on the May River, and is perched next to the dock where the shrimping boats come and go. It’s got a terrifically briny smell, and […]

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