Monthly Archives for October 2009
Today we joined our 4 y.o. for his preschool’s annual Halloween pumpkin hunt. I dressed as a werewolf, a costume I’d bought at Target. And because I forgot to buy a bag of candy (I wait until the last minute … Continue reading
Today you can find us pumpkin carving on Babble.com with our kids. They will do anything to get to watch TV. Apparently, they’ve inherited my obsessive gene.
Matt’s client is in town. Tonight we’re taking her to Sea Change for dinner. That makes me one happy mamma: I don’t have to cook; I don’t have to clean; and somebody else is putting our children to bed. Now … Continue reading
While wandering the farmers’ market, I bought a loaf of Garlic Sourdough bread from Bread Coffee & Cake. I’d planned to make butternut squash soup for dinner, but wasn’t sure our boys would eat it. They would, however, eat bread, … Continue reading
I’m addicted to Diet Coke. I gave it up while pregnant, but begged my husband to fetch me a can from the hospital cafeteria as soon as I popped that baby out. IMG_3520 photo copyright Amy Gunty Now that I’m … Continue reading
I was thrilled when The Naptime Chef invited me to her virtual dinner party to celebrate the launch of a cookbook she worked on called, Park Avenue Potluck Celebrations. And not just because it was a virtual dinner party, which … Continue reading
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Today we walked around the Mill City Farmers’ Market shopping for fresh meat. Often meat bought in a grocery store comes from concentrated-animal feeding operations (CAFO). Time Magazine reports, “Pound for pound, a pig produces approximately four times the amount … Continue reading
It’s Monday, and I’m still tired. I won the Bertolli Night in Napa with Star Chef Rocco DiSpirito contest, which came with an all expense paid trip to San Francisco. On Friday night, Bertolli took me, along with some other … Continue reading