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Monthly Mixtape: Icy Tulip and Drenched Picnic

Monthly Mixtape: Icy Tulip and Drenched Picnic

APRIL. (<—although right now it feels like Decemberrrrwaaaaaaahhhhhh.) But I’m fine. I’ll be fine. It’s fine. This photo ^^ is from our weekend Easter getaway to Fayetteville. It was warm during that very moment. The sun was shining. The blooms were singing in harmony and the flowers were wiggling with jubilation in the warm soil. […]

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Spring Chicken and Rice Soup

Spring Chicken and Rice Soup / Bev Cooks

The soup is spring, not the chicken! Well, it might be a spring chicken. I don’t know. But the season is spring, so the soup is spring. But not the rice. The rice is normal. All-year rice. Never mind. Let’s have some soup! Guess who came up with the idea for this springy soup? My […]

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Green Spring Breakfast

Green Spring Breakfast / Bev Cooks

SPRING IS NEXT WEEK. (sorry to scream.) Do you remember in that one Gilmore Girls episode when Richard’s had a heart issue and he’s in the hospital, and Emily’s running around all distracted about FISH and the HOUSE and her JUMPSUIT and what not? And Lorelai’s all, “Mom, simmer it.” And Emily’s all, “WHAT, FISH […]

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Monthly Mixtape: Sprang In Your Thang

Monthly Mixtape: Sprang in Your Thang

19 days until spraaaaaaang! But I’m not excited or anything. Even if it’s been (for us) the MILDEST winter on record (in KC), with two jokes of a snow (here in my town), and temperatures that have mimicked spring (in Kansas City) for nearly a month now (for me in my town), I’m still pretending […]

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Super Fresh Spring Salad

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I gotsta one more salad fer ya! This one is super fresh, super vegetarian, super pretty and super FRESH. Like the fresh prince of Bel Air. THEY JUST DON’T MAKE TV LIKE THAT ANYMORE. I’m keeping this short because the cabinet guy is here finishing the SUPER FRESH trim on the cabinets. And he’s installing […]

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Spring Vegetable Flatbread

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You know those birds I was talking about singing A Chorus Line on my back porch at 6am? They’ve now moved on to The Phantom of the Opera and I can’t decide if I owe them admission fees or a knuckle sandwich. Let’s talk about flatbread while I try to figure out these perplexities in […]

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