The one where I made stew

And drank almost a whole bottle of wine. To be fair, I *did* purchase and open said bottle of wine to use in the stew (it was on sale for $5.99 at the grocery store) and the stew was amazing. Also, a friend helped with at least one glass. The wine, if you care, was…

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Tuna Melts

I’m not sure what role they’ve played in your life, but for me they have always been comfort food. I have made them the same way my mom made them my whole life. I found this recipe kicking around the internet the other day and finally made them last night. Sourdough bread and Muenster cheese…

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Vacations

My staff wanted to take some time off around Christmas, so I worked and took a couple of days off around New Year’s. It meant I had almost a full week off – in a row!¬†Spouse and I stayed mostly in the house (I stayed COMPLETELY in the house) and didn’t really interact with anyone…

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2015!

I was reading through my feedly and found a bunch of people doing 2014 retrospectives. All I could think was that 2014 was kind of a dick. Don’t get me wrong, there have been some really good points but from an overall ‘disappointed in society/politics/+people who still hate women/people of color/lgbtq’… kind of a dick…

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Grave Mercy

Not that long ago I posted about the awesomeness of a series about assassin nuns. The last book came out this month and the first book in the series, Grave Mercy: His Fair Assassin, Book I (His Fair Assassin Trilogy 1), is $1.99. It will be the best $2 your spend this month. Like this:Like…

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