Quick and easy butternut pie recipe from Greece, where olive oil is king. Addictive snacking!
Is Ranked Choice Voting copacetic with Maine’s Constitution? Most say yes. And many say the issue is just a naysayer’s red herring, a distraction to keep us off balance come November.
A quick look at quantum entanglement, as un-geeky as I can make it, and how life in Maine seems to reflect – and refract – similar concepts and effects. I finally got tired of canning enough to write this…
In which I remind you there are sometimes good causes just to nod and smile. Monomouths are rare, but daunting.
I have a Sunday New York Times puzzle out today (along with friend George Barany), and a new novel. Both, I believe, are highly entertaining, but that’s up to you to decide.
Moving on… great memories, many happy moments. But… time to move on.
Great pasta sauce for canning, if you don’t mind a little bit of cheating. This is mostly a repost, which, of course, is a kind of cheating. It’s been that kind of summer…
Ranked-Choice Voting is Question 5 on this November’s Maine ballot. It’s an idea that could radically alter our political landscape, and if adopted nationally, could release us from the straitjacket of the two-party system.
Take a quick quiz to see if you may be obsessive-compulsive in the kitchen, plus the perfect summer seafood refresher – scallops ceviche.
A repost: A genuine Cajun gumbo recipe that may leave you in tears from exhaustion – followed by tears of exultation when you eat it. Like most masterpieces, it takes a lot of work. Suffer… then enjoy!