Monthly Archives: November 2012

Pumpkin Pancakes (Squared)

Pumpkin Pancakes! Pumpkin. Plus pancakes. Seriously, does breakfast really get much better? In my last post, I talked about the origins of pumpkin. But what about pancakes? Pancakes have existed is various forms for thousands of years as a flat cake … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Edition, Part 1

Background The story of the pumpkin is truly a transcontinental tale. How we view and eat pumpkins today is a result of centuries of history. The word “pumpkin” comes from the Greek word “Pepon,” or “large pumpkin.” That’s right, pumpkins … Continue reading

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Fall is for Foodies

Fall is by far my favorite time of the year…as a Midwesterner I love the cold weather, and as an East Coast resident, I can appreciate the prolonged change in leaf colors. Let’s face it though, the best part of … Continue reading

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Hi all!

After much anticipation, I am delighted to announce the start of thymetravelers! To learn more about the blog, check out my info pages. Once published,  entries will remain available indefinitely so that you can access both the recipes and the tales behind them. As … Continue reading

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