Monthly Archives: October 2010

Orange chocolate chip Halloween cupcakes

I usually wait a few days before posting things I’ve made (sometimes even longer), but I had to go ahead and show you these cupcakes I brought to work for Halloween. They are not difficult at all (though they are … Continue reading

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Upside-down apple corn muffins

The other day, my friend/co-worker Heidi sent me a grilled cheese slide show. She obviously knows me very well. This came shortly after Isabel told me she had received her first copy of Sunset magazine inĀ  the mail and that … Continue reading

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Food I didn’t make

We went to New York this weekend for the Navy-Notre Dame game at the new Meadowlands stadium. Well, actually we went to New Jersey for the game. But we took the train in to NYC on Saturday evening and again … Continue reading

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Extremely advanced gourmet dessert

Sorry that swimming post was depressing. Let’s try something a little more cheerful. As you may recall, I recently made PB&J bars for a Navy football tailgate (or tailgater, as they call it). The midshipmen thoroughly enjoyed them, and apparently … Continue reading

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Swimmer dies during race

In case you haven’t heard: Fran Crippen, an open-water swimmer on the U.S. national team, died this weekend during a 10K race in the UAE. There are still a lot of details that aren’t clear, but apparently the water was … Continue reading

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Black leotard, pink tights

This is not about eating or swimming, but it is marginally about shopping: A few weeks ago, I signed up for ballet at Maryland Hall. Those who knew me in elementary school will not be surprised at all by this … Continue reading

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Hoecakes

Whether you call them cornmeal pancakes, hoecakes or Jen & Melissa cakes (I know, hilarious), these are delicious. I first had these around 2003 at Paula Deen’s Lady & Sons restaurant in Savannah with my mom and grandmother. We all … Continue reading

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