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Alexandra’s Macarons: A French neighborhood bakery, right in Seattle’s Central District

Meandering through an arrondissement (aka neighborhood) in Paris, you will inevitably stumble upon a la patisserie or bakery. With its aroma of fresh pastries laden with buttery goodness greeting you as you push open the door, you walk past the display case of croissants. Your destination is the counter piled high with trays of colorful... Continue Reading →

Traditional Irish Colcannon

Try your luck with this tasty side dish, traditionally served on Halloween. Leeks and garlic simmer in the skillet, filling the kitchen with their earthy aroma. The potatoes are cooking in the big kettle and the cabbage is chopped ready to mingle its flavors into the medley called Colcannon. Colcannon is an Irish dish served... Continue Reading →

A Book Review: Found In Transition

A mother’s evolution during her child’s gender change Several weeks ago a public relations co-ordinator from New World Library contacted me through my publication, The Rainbow Affect, on Medium. In her email to me, she asked if I would kindly review a new book about to be released. She explained it is a story of a... Continue Reading →

Another Mercury Retrograde Has Begun

But there is no need to panic The world may feel like it has turned upside down these days, from our social crisis to climate change, to fake news, and an upcoming election on top of it all. Sometimes it all feels backward. The only thing worse? Another Mercury retrograde has begun. This happens to... Continue Reading →

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