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Monthly Archive: January 2019

De-Dogging the House

Helvetica after a busy day herding her family

My guest dog has mastered the art of sproinging her hair into the air so that her black hairs embed themselves in my white sweater, and her white hairs cling for dear life to my black trousers.  Even now, two days after she has been repatriated home, I am still picking off dog hair. (more…)

In Search of some Christmas Goose (Fat)

Roasted potatoes better than Elena’s simply don’t exist.  Elena is The Daughter’s British mother-in-law.  Her potatoes are the gold standard.  This year, since we would not be in England and lucky enough to eat hers, I thought I would try to re-produce them for the Stateside family Christmas dinner. 

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