Monthly Archive: June, 2012

From the Baraza: Food Fireworks for Your Fourth of July

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It’s no secret that we’ve got some killer cooks at the Baraza. Here are some yummy recipes to spice up your Independence Day festivities. Mitzi I remember my sister making this recipe when… Continue reading

A Cup of Melbourne Java

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By Liv White Unlike the other Baraza residents, I live in Australia – Melbourne to be precise. People who live in Melbourne think it’s the best place to live in the world or,… Continue reading

Ginger Pop: Let’s Go To The Movies (Or Maybe Not)

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By Amber Kelly-Anderson In a recent interview, Billy Bob Thornton demanded people “Stop watching TV and go to the movies.” I will preface the following by saying that, no matter his weird eating… Continue reading

Three

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By Katie Shaw Growing up I always played this game with my mother. She’d tell me three things about herself, but only one of them was true, then I’d have to guess which… Continue reading

Orchestrating Dinner

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by: Geneva Dummer No matter what I try or how far in advance I begin the planning and prepping process, I am completely incapable of pulling off a well orchestrated get together. My… Continue reading

Home Inspiration

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By Erin King       I’ve been dreaming of owning a white hutch for a long, long time. I’d love to display my teapot collection in one someday. Right now, I have… Continue reading

Advice: The Give and Take

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By Carrie Pokrefke Your friend calls you and starts telling you a problem she is having a work.  Your co-worker comes into your office to tell you about a situation he had with… Continue reading

The Sassmaster

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By Katie Shaw This is Josh. Josh is sassy. See Josh dance. Oh, wait, he’s a closet dancer. You’ll never see him dance. He shows all the tell-tale signs of a dancer. He… Continue reading

Roving Girl, Part II

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By Mitzi Sicking This past week and a half I traveled with family and a friend to Grand Tetons National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Mount Rushmore, Buffalo Gap National Grasslands and the Badlands… Continue reading

The Mamaraza: The Dadaraza

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In honor of Father’s Day, the Daddies of the Baraza share their thoughts on fatherhood. Michael King (Erin and Amos) It is really weird for me to think that I have been a… Continue reading