Monthly Archives: August 2012

Faro with Grilled Eggplant, Tomatoes & Mozzarella

When I set out last weekend to make a concerted effort to bring down our weekly food bill, making good use of items on hand was key to the strategy. I had eggplant, tomato and pesto that wouldn’t last much … Continue reading

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My Nine Julia Moments

All summer, I’ve been getting a great recipe in my inbox each week from the organizers of Julia Child’s 100th birthday celebration. I agreed to be on the list and part of the process of honoring her legacy by preparing … Continue reading

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Social Capital Inc. Blog: Engaging with Foundations and Network Weaving

I was surprised to learn from a recent Center for Effective Philanthropy survey how few of my nonprofit colleagues are using social media to engage with funders. Several foundation leaders followed with thoughtful articles on the subject, so I thought … Continue reading

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Good morning, August!

I was up early enough this morning to be greeted by the full chorus of night sounds, as the bull frogs and various insects weren’t yet ready to call it a night at 5 a.m. I noticed the sounds to … Continue reading

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