Tag Archives: Minneapolis

Creuset Pan = Gone But Not Forgotten – Now How Do I Boil A Whole Chicken?

There are smaller pans in my cupboard but nothing will replace my big Creuset Dutch Oven Pan. Yes, I had to give it up due to wear and tear. It was chipped on the inside. That’s not good. The Creuset … Continue reading

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Weekend Lyndale Farmers Market = Autumn Bounty

Made a trip to the Lyndale Farmers’ Market. Each week the produce offerings change. I went for flowers, broccoli, parsley, zucchini and golden beets. It was a grey day. Inspired by all the beautiful colors and being partial to dahlias…took … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Rose Garden = Beauty to Sooth the Soul

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Take a stroll in August in the Lake Harriet Rose Garden to brighten up the day. Thanks for stopping by my kitchen. Have a joyful day!

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Minneapolis Farmers’ Market ~ Good Morning!

There are many venders with garden veggies under the covered halls of the Minneapolis Farmer’s Market. The plant sellers have moved on for the most part. Continue reading

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Washburn Fair Oaks Park = “Plans A & B Concepts” Maps, Emails and details

I wrote to the Minneapolis Parks Board officials last week regarding information and the plans for Washburn Fair Oaks Park in Minneapolis as part of a redesign that includes and underground parking garage. Continue reading

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