Category Archives: BOBS

Recession Special: Soup

Day Three Soup: glorious, versatile, wholesome. Smooth, refined and velvety, soup can be served in your finest china. Chunky or spicy, it can be spooned from your favorite thermos. It is cool, crisp and refreshing in the summer, warm, hearty … Continue reading

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Introducing BOBS

Today I am adding a new tag to this blog. I’m calling it BOBS. I know that BOBS is not the most pleasant sounding word. In fact, it could easily be confused with BLOBS—a particularly unpleasant word. But once you … Continue reading

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Why I love where I live

Diana Vreeland, according to the new documentary about her, loved to turn people’s defects into their assets–like a celebration of Barbra Streisand’s nose or  Lauren Hutton’s gapped teeth to name two. That concept inspired me to flaunt something I’ve always … Continue reading

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Garbage Burger

The countdown to Anna B.’s birthday has begun. She’s turning 12 on Tuesday. Per the tradition in our house, she’ll chose the dinner. There are usually her two regulars –Lydia’s chocolate cake and raspberries with powdered sugar–but the rest of … Continue reading

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