Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Secret to Great Pancakes

I am a decent cook. I actually really like to cook. However, whenever I’ve attempted to make my family pancakes, it’s a disaster that produces piles of heavy discs with a glue-like texture. No one likes them. No one eats … Continue reading

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What I Love This Morning

My keratin express blowout. Unlike the Brazilian blowout, this one involves vitamins as opposed to formaldehyde (yuck). I do suspect there’s something less-than-ideal in there, but it doesn’t gas out the salon so as far as my stylist and I … Continue reading

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I’m not one of those people who does yoga to achieve some higher state of consciousness. I do it strictly because it makes me feel as though fewer of my fat parts are flapping in the wind. While nothing is … Continue reading

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Fat Tuesday, Indeed

I’m sorry to say I have never been to New Orleans, let alone Mardi Gras. With three kids under six I doubt I’ll be going anytime soon, either. The first time I celebrated Mardi Gras I was 22 or 23 … Continue reading

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Some Stuff I’m Digging Right Now

I am the proud, happy driver of a 2010 Honda Odyssey, but satisfied as I am, I can’t wait for the debut of the revived VW Minibus, also known as the “Bulli”. This hot little number is powered by an … Continue reading

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Kim Severson

Kim Severson has been a staff writer for The New York Times since 2004.  After six years writing exclusively about food for the paper, she was named the Atlanta bureau chief in the fall of 2010. Previously, she spent six … Continue reading

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