Dumplings. There is never a bad time for dumplings, and the stuffing is limited only by your imagination. These are stuffed with kimchi and hempeh, and served with a Tamari-Basil dipping sauce.
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Happy Thursday! We hope you are having a fulfilled week so far.
Dressing and needs. That is this week’s agenda. Mushroom-Brazil Nut-Sourdough Dressing, and Maslow. As is always the case here, if you don’t care about the true needs of your SELF, keep scrolling to get to the dressing.
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Hope you had a very peaceful weekend. We made a four day weekend out of it; spending time with Warren’s family in Canaan Valley, WV.
As the annual trip to Canaan approached, we were filled to the brim with excitement. We knew what was in store for us; jeep and hiking excursions, cooking, and most importantly, quality time with loved ones. Canaan brings family members from West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, and Colorado to celebrate togetherness.
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Grilled garlic bread is an institution around here. It’s history in the making. When it first won our hearts is of two minds, but a few plausible situations came to mind last night as we sat on the porch discussing our fondness for the chewy staple. It started somewhere between grilling up the good stuff on a rooftop in Richmond, VA, and crisping it up over a crackling open flame during my first PATC cabin trip. As things go, garlic bread is now situated at the center of our cabin trip feasts, so my first “primitive palace” trip edged out a rooftop origination.
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