Tag Archives: Ty Tortorelli

Replacing Ingredients in Recipes

I don’t like sage very much, I change it to rosemary instead— or I just leave it out, entirely. I simply ignore recipes with capers, on the list of ingredients. My grandmother didn’t like sage, hated capers, and couldn’t stand … Continue reading

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Scattered Ash

The poppies were in bloom. A field of red became a bunch of bags, of brown. His soul was awfully cold, burned to the touch. Snowflakes falling like feathers or icicles plummeting to the ground— all just destined to melt … Continue reading

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