Where's Cindy Singing Next?

  • Carmen, Carmen in Concert, Hallettsville Cultural Events Center, 2014
    Saturday, August 30, 2 p.m. https://www.hallettsvilleculturaleventcenter.org/
  • Mrs. Clancy, The Italian Lesson, Pine Mountain Music Festival, 2014
    July 29, 30; August 1 http://www.pmmf.org/handel-and-hoiby-opera-concert
  • Prince Orlovsky, Die Fledermaus, Syracuse Opera, 2014
  • Gertrude, Romeo et Juliette, Austin Lyric Opera 2015
    January 24, 29; February 1 www.austinlyricopera.org

Cindy on Stage

  • Marcellina, The Marriage of Figaro, Jacksonville Symphony 2014
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May 25, 2009

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Cindy

Thanks, Ron! Dried cherries sound like a good option. Cranberries are cheaper, though. ;)

Ron

Hi, if you want the actual ingredients I just took a photo of the label as I got some of my favorite salad at Whole Foods. It's probably the healthiest possible salad one could make, I think. Kale is possibly the healthiest food on the planet!

Kale, Almonds, dried cherries, dried apples, garlic, shallots, orange juice, white balsamic vinegar, red chili flakes, oregano, honey, dijon mustard, olive oil, salt, pepper.

I'm pretty sure they used to use cranberries like yours instead of cherries. Anyways, I hope this helps!

Christmas

This salad looks great. I'm goona cook it tonight, I hope my girlfriend will like it!

tramadol

You have veggies in your garden? Wow! Good for you! My bf love veggies! I think I'll surprise him with this one!

emelybogart

Wow, this is nice recipe thanks for this one.

Reggie Greenberg

I didn't have any cranberries, so I substituted chopped dried pineapple. This is really good. I can't wait to try it with dried cranberries.

Evelyn

I had steamed chard with garlic tonight. Easy and filling.

Cindy

I love chard, too ... we've just got SO MUCH of it and it is not at all discouraged by the regular hacking off of its leaves. In fact, I think the sucker regenerates overnight.

We're getting tons of yellow squash and zucchini now, and I just plucked our first two tiny cherry tomatoes (hopefully the big ones will ripen soon, before the birds get them). I spied a couple of basil plants coming back under the shade of the tomato vines, and planted cuke seedlings yesterday. The beans are tall but not yet producing, and the okra is coming in nicely but is a slow grower. We won't get okra until much later in the summer. The peppers are doing well, though! I love summer bounty fresh from the garden. Makes it easy to eat your veggies!

kelleyramee@gmail.com

I love swiss chard! And I'm so jealous that down there in the South you've already got veggies in your garden. I like to make quiche and egg dishes with swiss chard. I also saute it with some garlic and hot pepper flakes, yum.

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