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BRUSSELS SPROUTS DO well in this cold, dark season of the nearly solstice. Just like the farmers who tend them, they are intrepid. A cold,… Continue reading
NOT WANTING TO be left behind in the tech age, I have been cultivating my cyber skills recently by posting photographs on social media and… Continue reading
ALONG THE TRAIL between Obstruction Point and Deer Park, my friend Candace Kathol pulled out some muffins to share. Exercise, fresh air and beauty do… Continue reading
IT’S THE END of summer, the grass is dry, and the Clallam County Fair wrapped up last Sunday. Next thing you know the kids will… Continue reading
IN HER MOST recent Peninsula Kitchen column, Carrie Sanford shared some great tips for maintaining sanity on a cross-country road trip by being mindful of… Continue reading
AS THE YOUNGEST of my offspring prepares to fly off into adulthood, there have been a lot of celebratory events this month: last concert, last… Continue reading
I DON’T KNOW about you, but I could not make myself come inside last Sunday to write up this recipe. It was sunny and warm,… Continue reading
HOW DO YOU show your support when someone is hurting? A death in the family, illness, marital separation, a lost child … it can be… Continue reading
YOUR ASSIGNMENT THIS week is to go outside and look for culinary herbs and fresh salad greens. They are everywhere. Last Sunday, I parked my… Continue reading
IS THERE ANYONE out there who hasn’t been the unwitting target of a cough or sneeze recently? It seems that everywhere I go, I encounter… Continue reading
THIS HAS BEEN quite the winter for prolonged cold. As I write this, everything outside my house is frozen solid and there has been snow… Continue reading
THANKSGIVING SUNDAY, A reflection on this traditional American feast. I grew up the descendant of pilgrims where Thanksgiving always included the story of Native Americans… Continue reading
Pickling foods can be transformative, just like the democratic process.
Lamb, which can be obtained locally, is an alternative meat for homemade burgers.
Be sure to leave no trace and cause no damage while gathering food on the Peninsula.