Monthly Archives: April 2011

Pioneer Woman’s Sesame Noodles

Are you familiar with the Pioneer Woman?  Is that a bit like asking ‘are you familiar with Oprah?’  The Pioneer Woman is a blogger in Oklahoma who has spun a nice story about how she came to be a ranch wife … Continue reading

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>Pioneer Woman’s Sesame Noodles

> Are you familiar with the Pioneer Woman?  Is that a bit like asking ‘are you familiar with Oprah?’  The Pioneer Woman is a blogger in Oklahoma who has spun a nice story about how she came to be a ranch … Continue reading

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Giada’s Almond Citrus Olive Oil Cake

Did you know that big grocery stores are closed in Maine on Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas?  This makes no sense to me.  But apparently, as a leftover “blue law” (laws that enforce Sunday as a day of rest), retail stores … Continue reading

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>Giada’s Almond Citrus Olive Oil Cake

> Did you know that big grocery stores are closed in Maine on Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas?  This makes no sense to me.  But apparently, as a leftover “blue law” (laws that enforce Sunday as a day of rest), retail … Continue reading

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District Brunch Review

Ed. note: District closed in late 2012.  My dear friend Uke introduced me to brunch at District. I have elevated her to ‘dear’ status, because of the food there. Without her, I would have just read any number of reviews … Continue reading

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>District Brunch Review

> My dear friend Uke introduced me to brunch at District.  I have elevated her to ‘dear’ status, because of the food there.  Without her, I would have just read any number of reviews that left me with the impression … Continue reading

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Two Lights Lobster Shack

The Two Lights Lobster Shack in Cape Elizabeth is open for the season!  That must mean that warmer weather is approaching.  You wouldn’t know it from the weather forecast (uh, does 51 degrees count as warm?), but I’m all for … Continue reading

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