I am graduating college and will soon be starting my first job. My family has an annual beach vacation and reunion, and this year it is scheduled about five weeks after my job’s start date. I am debating whether it … Continue reading
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I have heard people say, “If you don’t want be angry, then don’t read the paper”. My thoughts, “If you don’t want be informed, don’t read the paper.” Well, it goes without saying I am now informed and angry. … Continue reading
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Ribollita is a famous Tuscan soup made with bread and vegetables. It is a great fall soup. I first learned of this soup while reading the New York Times and then I read about it again on The Kitchen . … Continue reading