Tag Archives: grief

Eighteen Days

My sweet Daddy died. No matter how I say it, or how many times I say it, the sentence sounds unbelievable. Harsh. Blunt. It has been 18 days. Eighteen days of speaking what I couldn’t imagine saying. ¬†Last weekend, we … Continue reading

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My Dad: Grief and Sandwiches

Early in the morning of Sunday, August 11th, my sweet Daddy died at the age of 69. I don’t know what to do. I don’t know how to imagine a life without my Dad. My Dad was the sweetest, kindest, … Continue reading

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Cook the Books! Review: Street Food!

The Cooking: ¬† In exploring our Cook the Books June selection, Street Food by Susan Feniger, I went for recipes that I already had most of the ingredients for. I barely managed to grocery shop at all this month, so … Continue reading

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Duck Prosciutto, Astronauts and Grief

So, my Charcutepalooza duck prosciutto is seemingly not done. I checked in with the twittering meat-curing folks and based on their advice I think I’ll check it tomorrow. In other news, I have come to the realization that, not only … Continue reading

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