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Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas! Many good tips for organic cooking and food shopping on PBS's "Create." Also, On Jacque Pepin's Fast Food and Rick Steve's Europe,many tips for using local ingredients and recipes. Resolve to go greener this year in 2011; look over what is available in local stores for food, but also for recycled paper, craft products, fashions, cleaning supplies and electronics. There are bargains to be had in local coops and natural food stores, especially in organically grown teas and spices that can be bought in very small amounts, but that make all the difference in taste. Also, more and more places have indoor farmers markets all year that offer free range chickens naturally colored eggs.

Think of toasting the new year responsibly with local brews from local wineries and breweries, or drink sparkling ciders. Also, review Every Day food, TV, radio, and magazine, for ideas of how to use leftovers.

I recommend our other site, too, Dr. E's Doll Museum, and the wonderful dolls made by our good friends at Uneek Designs. Please visit her Etsy site if you haven't yet! They are fantastic, and I plan to feature mine in a lecture I'm giving this May to our local AAUW on dolls representing historical women.

Merry Christmas to All! And now, to write those cards ....

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