Monthly Archives: January 2014

America – Great Water Wars

Originally posted on Town & Country Gardening:
John Entsminger, senior deputy general manager of the Southern Nevada Water Authority said “that in 2000, Lake Mead was completely full, but the [13-year-long] drought we’ve seen in the 21st century has resulted…

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Chamber pots, potty chairs and night waste

Yep, guest blogging again…

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Roast garlicky brocoli with buttered pecans

This is a super yummy dish.  Even the kids ate it! Here’s how it all goes together. Roast your brocoli – I used frozen, so had to par-boil it first. Lay it out on an oven tray with 5-6 cloves … Continue reading

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Kickin’ Chicken – two meals out of one

A while back, I started thinking about roasting chicken.  Growing up, I was never a fan – I couldn’t love the dry taste of roast chicken.  Until now, I’ve been a purist about boneless-skinless breasts, because of all the juicy … Continue reading

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