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Well I’ve been home from my solo vacation for almost a week now. Did you see my visit to probably the coolest bookstore on earth? After visiting family, and seeing old childhood haunts, the bookstore was probably the highlight of my week. Followed that up with all the food we went out to eat. 
My first night back we went to a place called The Common Man. I shared a Turkey Pot PIe with my niece, because that was huge! Had some Lobster Clam Chowder, and even tried Escargot. After our pedicures on Thursday we grabbed some Mexican where I introduced my nephew to Chalupa (not the Greene family kind). Finally we ended our week of food at my childhood favorite Dimitri’s Pizza in Weare, NH. I NEED their crust recipe, because it’s still the best pizza I’ve ever had. 
Well, enough about my trip, let’s visit today’s Featured Blogger
Shari and Tim, bloggers behind Pure Grace Farms, are also the owners of Pure Grace, a small farm outside of Boise, Idaho. While Shari has always wanted to live off the grid, she’s learning to find a middle ground that still allows a self sustaining way of life or as they say a “sane approach to sustainability”. 
I know I’m going to be heading back to Pure Grace Farms frequently to learn more on a self sustaining way of life.  I was originally drawn in by their series of Preserving the Harvest: How to Freeze Broccoli. I’m going to have to put Broccoli on our list to grow next year now!
Enjoy these other recipes Shari and Tim shared at last weeks party. 
Preserving the Harvest Series: How to Freeze Broccoli
Bourbon Brown Sugar Glazed Flank Steak
All American Pies Medley
Connect with Pure Grace Farms 
Missed last weeks party? Here are the recipes with the most clicks
Sriracha Potato Salad from A New York Foodie
Pear Strawberry Crumble from Life with the Crust Cut Off

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