November 2015

The Kozin Family November 28, 2015

November 30, 2015

Marc and Donna joined us back in January of 2014 and told us they would be back!  Indeed they were and they brought their delightful kids with them!  Heather who lives and works in Boston where Mom and Dad live, Connor and Jennifer who both live and work in San Francisco.  We had a great […]

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Thanksgiving Day 2015

November 26, 2015

“Our Kids” arrived between 8 and 8:30 am ready to cook.  We have been cooking with this group of kids from YAC since they were in 5th grade.  they are now seniors in high school going off to college next year.  We made sticky buns for a snack and got right to work.  Each made […]

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Gearing up for Thanksgiving

November 26, 2015

Every great meal begins with building blocks and Thanksgiving dinner is no exception.  We began our stock with the backs from 4 spatchcocked turkeys and the carcass of one whole.  That is where the ax came in handy.  I wished I had this tool back in the day of boning so many birds…

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Holiday tradition: Tamales

November 24, 2015

As we do most every year around this time we made tamales.  Some chicken and some pork, all delicious! We invited our friends Bridget and Ray over to help; they brought the makings for Margaritas and we had the ingredients for tamales.  A party if ever there was one!  The Margaritas were wonderful and the […]

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Leslie and Steve 11/23/15

November 24, 2015

When asked where they are from we received so many answers we couldn’t figure out just where they are from!  Both from military backgrounds they moved around quite a bit and have lived in some wonderful places.  Leslie was born in San Juan and moved to US as a young high school graduate where she […]

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Steve and Christine from NY 11/22/15

November 24, 2015

Chris and Steve visited from New York where he creates software for defense and she is the COO for Womens Basketball Association!  Wow.  They stayed at Solage and visited some great wineries like B Cellars and T-Vine.  Turns out the world is smaller than we thought as the people they met seem to all be […]

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