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  • Drinks galore
    The only alcohol in my day has been the last bit of blackberry liqueur I drank so I could wash the jar and make way for the medlar liqueur. I think I need more pretty bottles. They can wait, [...]
  • The joy of still more drinks
    I don't intend to be unpredictable in my blogging. It's rather like my life, though, which has more than its share of not knowing what will happen until the day arrives. This is a shame, [...]
  • Words and more words, some of them quite yummy, some ... not
    I'm taking a break from drinking. I promise to get back to it, though, and write more curiously influenced posts. Today I have two things to talk about: search terms and one of the community [...]
  • Speaking of People You Want to See at Rosenblum...
    is back!! When I began my job at , there were a few things people asked about on a regular basis: when would the St. Peter's Church be available, when was the next Open House, and how was Miguel [...]
  • A little break in the weather
    I'll finish my drinks test tomorrow night. Today it's all too much for me: I look at the array of bottles and think I shall never touch liquor again. More than that, I think I shall have an [...]
  • The Peanut Butter Diet, Does it Work?
    People love peanut butter, unless, of course you have an allergy to peanuts. Americans, as a whole consume 800 million pounds of peanut butter a year. Even if you don't have an allergy, you may [...]
  • Rosenblum: It's All About the People
    Tuesday after work, we had a baby shower for Sean and his wife, Jolie. They are expecting their first baby May 23, though Jolie and the doctor think little Harper may come into the world a bit [...]
  • Status report and Chocolate Ricotta muffins
    My garage freezer inventory: * 1 9”x 13” pan of eggplant parmesan * 3/4 of a large baked ziti in three portions * 2 8-cup containers vegetable soup * 1 3-quart and 1 [...]
  • Me, I'm not drunk.
    My second drink of the day (I'm really beginning to sound like a chronic tippler, aren't I?) is # 8. It's a little sour, but even more refreshing than the mint ones. I think I'm going to have [...]

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