Tag Archives: Rebecca Guevara

Italy Amalfi Coast

After a two+ weeks vacation in Italy there is everything to say. It is beautiful. Historical. Fun. None of the words I can think of at the moment will bring it alive as it deserves. We were with 22 other … Continue reading

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Pasta With Garbanzo Beans Soup

Small Plates, Appetizers as Meals Marguerite Marceau Henderson Gibbs Smith, 2006 Simple. Satisfying, Beautiful. Inventive. Traditional. These are the words I use to describe the recipes developed and/or refined by Marguerite Marceau Henderson. She is the only cookbook author that … Continue reading

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The Guaymas Chronicles, La Mandadera

David E. Stuart University of New Mexico Press, 2003 Following an anthropologist through a study can be a surprising treat or a boring exercise with many skipped sentences in search of what you’re trying to glean. I brought this book … Continue reading

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The Harrowing Drive Home From the Grocery Store

The four mile drive from the grocery store this afternoon was harrowing. Being the sometimes too polite in a crowd person I was hurrying to return my cart to the cart stand, return to the car, and get out of … Continue reading

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