Tag: Project 365

Christmas Berry

Toyon, also known as Christmas Berry or California Holly, is a popular tree in Santa Cruz Mountains and in full bloom this month. 305/365

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Persimmons

Persimmons 304/365

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Joy

Joy 303/365

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Rose Hips

Rose Hips growing wild in Santa Cruz Mountains 302/365

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Chicken Marsala

Chicken Marsala with reduced Marsala wine, infused with porcini mushrooms. - 301/365 I've made a lot of different versions of Chicken Marsala. Most recipes call for only one pan and are relatively fast and easy to make. This recipe calls for a lot of pots/pans but it's the worth effort. Building flavors independently always trumps […]

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Working off those Holiday Pounds

"Nothing makes my jodhpurs firm like the water treadmill. Also a great way to work off those extra holiday pounds." 299/365

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Christmas Classified Ad

Lonely Asian Pear tree seeking single partridge for a short term commitment. 298/365

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Somber

Somber-  297/365

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Web of the Week

Web of the Week  - 296/365

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Snowberry

The Snowberry - 295/365 Marshmallows grow on trees. So they must be good for you. I'm gonna eat a whole bag of them to make sure I get all my plant nutrients. Oh yeah.  

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Italian Meatball Soup

Italian Meatball Soup with Escarole and Bone Broth -  294/365 Winter is my favorite food season. It's been raining hard here this weekend and you just can't go wrong with this soul-warming comfort food soup. It can be done on the stovetop or in the slow cooker. Save a few meatballs for your pups, Internet! […]

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Patrolling for Santa Paws

Patrolling for Santa Paws - 293/365

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Playing it Cool for Santa Paws

Playing it cool for Santa Paws- 293/365 "Big Boy, let's blow this scene and give those squirrels mocking us over there the long goodbye."

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The Nightshades

Solanum nigrum, garden huckleberry -  290/365  I often find nightshades (Solanaceae) all over my neighborhood in Santa Cruz mountains. Sometimes they are growing wild, like this garden huckleberry above. Other times I see them intentionally planted as hedges such as the flowering potato vine below.

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Absence of Evidence

Absence of Evidence is not Evidence - 289/365 Each day I walk the forest trails in back of my house and I inevitably walk through 1 or 2 strands of errant spider webbing. It's impossible for anyone to see it, but I can feel it on my face or bare arms in the summer. No […]

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Hedgenettle

Stachys ajugoides rigida, Bugle Hedgenettle  - 288/365

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Craving

  Craving. 287/365 I had a serious taco craving, Internet. And being gluten-free didn't slow me down. Tacos in Butter Bib lettuce is just as delicious as the corn stuff. Plus you can eat a lot more! And who doesn't love a lot more tacos? Mr. Wild Dingo gave this two thumbs up. He loves […]

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Foxtail Folly

Deck the trails with foxtail folly. Fa-la-la-la-la! La-la-la-la!  - 286/365

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Misfortune

Misfortune - 285/365 Some pup is disappointed in his fortune. The crystal ball did not show any treats in his immediate future.

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Unfathomable Boundaries

Leaf  - 281/365 Recently, I started calling my chronic illness Lyme-MSIDS, a named coined by Dr. Richard Horowitz who's treated thousands of Lyme patients successfully. Lyme-MSIDS stands for Lyme-Multi-System Infectious Disease Syndrome. The reason Lyme patients don't get better is because there are more things at play such as co-infections, immune dysfunction and multiple systems in the body, […]

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