Author: Chris Garrity

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Bazlama

Early in the pandemic Tom was intrigued by a Turkish flatbread that sounded good, but it used a lot of yeast at a time that it was hard to find. Recently I ran into...

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Stuffed Eggplants

The basic method is from my old Moosewood cookbook, but I wanted to come up with something that had a more Spanish flavor using smoked paprika, and still keep it vegetarian. Save Print Stuffed...

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Frank Tamale Pie

      The original is from an old Better Homes & Gardens cookbook, but recently I realized that I’ve changed almost everything. So I decided it was time to write down my version....

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First Nectarine

For at least six years I’ve had a dwarf nectarine in the front garden. Every year it is covered in flowers that the bees love, like this. And every year when the little green...

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Strawberry (rhubarb) Shortcake Day

Mike discovered that today is National Strawberry Shortcake Day, so obviously I had to make strawberry shortcakes today. We also had some rhubarb sauce I’d made earlier in the week with rhubarb from Wilson’s....

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Cars & Coffee at the Larz

One of our first outings last year with the Westfield was a cars and coffee at the Larz Anderson museum. Today the car has more than 1000 miles on it, and we finally made...

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More from Thompson

I didn’t have my camera with me yesterday. So I decided to see what I could do on my phone. I did manage to get a couple of videos. Here’s the start of the...

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Scratch Turns 10

Last weekend I got to spend Saturday with over 300 people enjoying Scratch Day at MIT. We have this event every year, but this year we are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Scratch launch....

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Molasses Ginger Cookies

Last weekend we had the annual neighborhood holiday cookie swap. As usual I was trying to decide what kind of cookies to make, and for so reason molasses cookies really appealed to me. This...

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Cars of the Mojave

After we dropped Peter at college last weekend, we’ve been hiking in and around Joshua Tree. We’ve been a bit surprised by the number of fine, classic cars in the area. Here are some...