Reading List


Photo: My two favorite pups: Max and Annie!


Well now I need to get a julienne peeler. Raw summer pad thai!

Heirloom tomato + chorizo salad. Yes.

I hate “sad” (aka, flavorless and hard) cantaloupe. Trying this next time to fix it!

Chipotle lime grilled chicken w/ avocado ranch. Though this is really a “eat this in all of the seasons” kind of dish!

I now know how I’m using some of my peach salsa…

Into Fall.

This might be the first thing I do when the kale in the Savvy Garden is ready. Kale chicken caesar salad with Parmesan crisp croutons!

Or maybe this peppered kale pasta

Pear crisp!

Read This on a Rough Day.

Keep Going. You’re Accomplishing A Lot More Than You Think.

And this is exactly what I needed to read when I was feeling discouraged the day after my century.

Be a Better Blogger.

Everything about this post from the Bloggess is amazing.

Improving Your Site Speed: Delete Old Drafts.

When in doubt, disclose.

“Our writing changes because our lives change.” – Nicole at Eat This Poem


I definitely need a timeout after the century + Summit week. Plus, the power of taking a break.

Make a list of 10 simple things you love to do. One of mine? Making lists.

Just for fun: Famous actors’ auditions for “The Office.”

Find Me.

I was honored to write the Ithaca Literary City Guide for Nicole.

Learn more about me in this “10 questions with HLS13 planning partner, Julie.”

I was included in this great BBQ sauce round-up.

Two new winery reviews are up: Hosmer Winery (eh) and Cayuga Ridge Estate Winery (love!).


  1. says

    What a fabulous list! I’ve already checked out a few of the links and will have to fave them for later. Great idea for the post as well — it’s a wonderful way to save what strikes you and share. And thanks for the retweet a couple of weeks ago. I’m so horrible at Twitter these days, but do appreciate it when someone takes the time to share one of my tweets. 🙂