Tag Archives: potatoes

Bacon Lentil Spinach Soup

My rule is firm: when you see a client on the street, follow their lead. Disclosing that they know you and vice versa is at their discretion. If they say hello, mimic that. If they nod, quietly mimic that. With … Continue reading

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Parmesan Gratin, with a Side of Appropriate Boundaries

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“Rich, creamy, and cheesy potatoes smothered in heavy cream and parmesan goodness are sure to be a hit.” That is the nonchalant statement I made the other night to a young woman…

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The Rosemary Conversation

“Excuse me, you’re the garden teacher?” I turned to a tap on my shoulder, and saw a woman looking at me with what my students and clients called RBF (resting bitch face).  I pulled out my headphones, smiled, and asked “Am I … Continue reading

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Parmesan Gratin, with a Side of Appropriate Boundaries

“Rich, creamy, and cheesy potatoes smothered in heavy cream and parmesan goodness are sure to be a hit.” That is the nonchalant statement I made the other night to a young woman who was new to the house. I had … Continue reading

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