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Kym's InstagramHad my own Great British Baking Show technical challenge today. Made @williamzest great grandmothers raisin cookie recipe. After making the filling the next line just said “make dough” with a list of ingredients. With the help of my mom, they turned out great!Opened our 🎁 from each other this morning 🥰 with the biggest tree we’ve ever had. 🎄Will named him Dwane “The Tree” Johnson.Smorrebrod brunch 🤤. Traditional Danish rye bread and pickles made by @williamzest 😍 I had pickled herring with daikon radish spouts and dill, smoked salmon with Will’s pickles, and fried egg with cheese and tomato. I resisted having danish coffee (with brown sugar and aquavit 😜)Thanks @caravanvet for taking great care of us for over 6 years! Pigeon (and we) love the comfort and ease of not having to leave her home. (I should have gotten a picture of all of us on the living room floor 🤪) We also deeply appreciated the cards and care you’ve expressed over our loss of Turtle. I strongly recommend @caravanvet, for us it is 100% worth the added expense of a home visit.
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Client stories – guest post by Devon Anderson. I do not come to the world of endurance sports training as an accomplished athlete, or as a fit and skinny 20-something. Instead, I’m coming from the other side, from the second … Continue reading
I successfully hid the fish! Or perhaps balanced the fishiness? I have a long history of mild failure with sardines. They are so healthy and yet I’ve been repulsing the people I live with since my college years. This time … Continue reading
I cooked something new! One only has so much mental energy to tackle new things. These days I’ve been cooking a lot of can’t fail, no-brainer meals. Still, cooking is where I can really get my creative juices flowing. It was … Continue reading
One step leads to the next. Usually when we reach for a step we know where our foot will land. I feel like I’m walking out into a thick fog – I can’t quite see where I’m going but it feels … Continue reading
I had an odd experience. I’ve been puzzling over it for a month now. You know when something happens that makes you stop and think? You wonder “huh, that’s different” or maybe it was strikingly familiar. Either way it feels … Continue reading