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  • February 18, 2012Post

    Ok, so not all children jump at the opportunity to eat a wonderful home cooked meal.  I made, what I thought was a pretty tasty meal: marinated cod, with rice, kiwi, edamame and some pear.  Nice and healthy.  I was so proud! The second I set the plates down, Alistair started up about it, so

  • February 18, 2012Post

    It’s nice when I get contacted and asked if I could review a book. I like free books. I do make sure to let them know that if I think it’s garbage, then I won’t write a review about it and will happily mail it back to them so they can ship it off to

  • January 23, 2012Going Green

    I have exciting news! After only ONE blog on the subject of going green, I have received a question from one of The Stay at Homer’s loyal followers, Emily Finnelly, and I am thrilled to answer it. Emily writes: Dear Stay at Homer and his Going Green wife, I love the new website. Easy to

  • October 18, 2011Post

    This is a trick question. Pantry moths are actually not of this world. They can’t “be gotten rid of.” Sorry. You could literally plant a nuclear bomb in the infested area, detonate it, come back a week later and see a moth or five hanging around the wreckage. I’m into the 3rd week or so