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Dalton on Duty | Minute Steaks

When I met my husband, he was a green young lawyer with a bright young brain. He possessed an uncommon dignity. Newly unencumbered, he was free from a full leg cast via a water skiing mishap. He gave me an Atticus Finch sort of nod upon an overture. I was on my first day of work, smitten and even greener. …

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Revelations in Tapping | Mexican Hummus

  With a self imposed sense of discovery for the new year, I mustered an open heart for unfamiliar territory. An assigned seat brought a harvest of good fortune. On a Delta flight to Mexico this winter, I found myself in alliance with an older couple traveling back home. As I took my aisle seat, I determined that she, a …

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Refinement by Human | Roasted Edamame

  Pappy was a narcissist. My pipe smoking architect grandfather had good reason to walk the egocentric path, the only child of an older professional couple (lawyer and teacher). He was raised in South Mississippi, not far removed from a time when folks claimed territory in unclaimed territory . Robert Benton McKnight was gifted in many categories having survived the …