Monthly Archives: September 2010

Shana tovah

Here are some varieties of plums, all super ripe. Tomorrow, I will turn them into something delicious and extremely similar to Melissa Clark’s recipe in The New York Times this weekend. It will cap off my Atheist Rosh Hashanah Dinner, … Continue reading

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Side Salad, Featuring Groundcherries

These are groundcherries: Like tomatoes, potatoes and tomatillos, groundcherries are New World fruits and members of the nightshade genus. Their flavor is sweet and fruity and reminds me of a tomatillo–kind of a combination of citrus and Granny Smith. Apparently, … Continue reading

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Groundcherry

Like a super sweet and tiny tomatillo, this groundcherry is going to be joining its buddies in a bowl, along with some other stuff, momentarily. Results tomorrow!

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Black Mountain and Deciding to Dance (metaphorically)

On Monday, we saw Black Mountain at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg. While we were waiting for the band to come on, RZ and I talked about when we first started going to shows a lot, in early college, and … Continue reading

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