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Planning Palm Springs

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5 December 2014 We’re busy planning a trip to Palm Springs mid-February during Modernism Week— the 10th anniversary.  We’re very excited to be attending events and parities.  Please send your recommendations our way letting us know which events not to miss and which to pass on. So looking forward to hanging at The Parker Palm Springs and the new Sparrows Lodge that just got a great write up in NY Times…

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California Dreaming

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6 November 2014 “I had a farm in Africa, at the foot of the Ngong Hills” Karen Blixen, Out of Africa If I had a house in California (and hopefully– when I have a house in CA) this is somewhat what I would like it to be. I love it’s simple neutral pallet. The finishes are perfectly simple, sophisticated yet rustic. The honed and uneven limestone and wood floors, the…

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A Spanish Sopa For Dinner

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13 October 2014 Good Monday AM Dear Readers. It’somewhat chilly and damp here today in NoHu, so I’m thinking Sopa de Lentejas is a must on the menu for tonight. I first enjoyed this glorious soup last year around this time in Salamanca, Spain where I was traveling with my sister and her family to visit their daughter /my niece who was attending the Universidad d Salamanca. You-in-the-know know when…

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18 April 2014 Hi all! Just back from a wonderful long weekend in Scottsdale! Thank you Sherri — she’s quite a wonderful hostess. The desert was just beginning to bloom and spring was in the air (read this with melodic cadence). Imagine my surprise when back here in NoHu and NoLo the weather reverted back to tundra temps and even more snow. What the hell?! Back to our supposed spring.…

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