Monthly Archives: March 2006

Pulled Pork

Our friends John and Elly had an equinox pig roast on Monday. That morning I pitched in and hauled the whole hog from Pastaworks to John’s house nearby. Later that night Holly and I stopped by and enjoyed some delicious … Continue reading

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Bike Move, March 12

I helped out with a bike move from the Mississippi neighborhood up to Kenton. It was super fun, a nice ride, and good to meet folks and see all the various ways of carrying things. Tom, whom I met at … Continue reading

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Chicks return to the ’waller

Oh, hooray! At long last we’ve got chickens again. Ok, they’re bit small, but they’re growing already. Patrick got the ball rolling by repurposing this wooden crate that we received a large sculpture in. It’s a perfect size, sturdy, with … Continue reading

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Tenspeedroadtrip #1. Troutdale and Columbia Gorge

We took a few days off last week and did our first tenspeedroadtrip — a short, pleasant, pedal-powered vacation. On Sunday we rode to Troutdale and checked in at the Edgefield Inn. Monday we rode out to the Columbia River … Continue reading

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Braised Oregon Elk with Maitake Mushrooms and Caramelized Onions

This is a recipe that has been a long time coming. We prepared this magnificent dish on Dec 11 of 2005. This is a record recipe, which is to say it is as I prepared it. See notes for other … Continue reading

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