Monthly Archives: November 2010

B.I.T.E. Eats: François Payard’s Flourless Chocolate Cookies

Somehow, I always end up with extra egg whites.  This is the best way to use them up. It’s ridiculously easy (seriously, a child of four can make them), you can mess up the proportions and still end up with … Continue reading

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Tiny BITE

If you’re crazy enough to go to do something crazy, like go to a 2 am showing of Harry Potter, it’s good to know you have at least one friend that’s crazy enough to go with you.

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Tiny BITE

The French word for wrinkles is rides which registers to my English-centric brain as rides and makes me feel like if you’re gonna have them, at least you had a lot of fun getting them.  Which is pretty much the … Continue reading

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Tiny BITE

I’m always excited by a new pair of shoes.  And, just in case you ever need to know, I wear a 7 1/2.

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Doncha Love…A Clean Home

There’s something magical about coming home to a clean house.

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B.I.T.E.: Weekend

There was a camel at the farmer’s market.   In Beverly Hills.   This was worth getting out of bed for.

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Doncha Love…

…snail mail?  Now that I get most of my bills online, it’s often filled with amazing things. Like yesterday:

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Tiny BITE

If I go early, I can have the park to myself.  I can listen to my iPod and swing.  Swings are good for thinking.  And for not thinking.  And for stopping myself from thinking.

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Tiny BITE

The sniffles are a great excuse to drink tea and eat gingersnaps and stay in bed the whole day.

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Doncha Love…

…friends with pools?

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