Monthly Archives: November 2011

Baked with Love

I had a wonderful Thanksgiving with my family in Seattle.  It’s so restful to go home and sort of be a kid again. I feel very blessed to have grown up in a home where my parents loved all of … Continue reading

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Gobble Gobble

I was totally inspired by a $1 turkey-shaped cookie cutter at Sur la Table this weekend. Look what I made: Mini M&Ms, Reeses Pieces, and candy corn supply the turkey features. Festive, eh? Week of Thanksgiving: I am thankful for … Continue reading

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Free Time!

It was a stressful week wrapping up my classes at the fashion college and turning in final grades. I made this simple, super healthy soup to get me through lunches without having to splurge on takeout. I just pealed the … Continue reading

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Bonnie & Clyde

I hate guns, and I can’t stomach violence, even when I know it’s just an illusion and no one is really getting hurt. I wanted to like Bonnie & Clyde, now playing on Broadway. The acting is strong, and the … Continue reading

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Muffin Monday!

I made these banana muffins for my 8am Public Speaking class. It was a rough semester for some of them, but it looks like everyone is going to squeak through in the end. I’ve mostly been torturing them all semester … Continue reading

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Day By Day

I saw Godspell this weekend at the Circle in the Square theatre on Broadway. It’s such a simple show, and I wasn’t expecting to be dazzled. Hunter Parrish was a guileless,  childlike Jesus. He’s a strong actor, but a less … Continue reading

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