I often hear others say they don’t like salad. My first reaction is, really? How can someone not like salad? And then I wonder if the person is suffering from the idea that salad involves a head of lettuce and a few tomatoes slathered in […]
One of the things my husband will tell you I ask him is whether he’s had anything green during the day. He’s fairly patient with this interrogation because he’s intelligent and knows that ultimately, regardless of what he eats, there have to be vegetables in […]
Late in April each year the Cinco de Mayo ruckus begins. Ads on television air, local restaurants sport signs about Cinco de Mayo happy hours and don strings of red, green, and white flags, grocery stores advertise their specials full of bagged chips and cheese sauce in jars, and Twitter is abuzz with questions about what everyone will be making for their Cinco de Mayo parties.
“Interesting” but far from authentic variations on tacos and guacamole surface, there’s talk of new-fangled margaritas and cerveza, and for those interested in dessert, margarita cupcakes seem to be everywhere sporting that perfectly swirled, creamy top. “You want it with or without salt?”
Fresh Corn and Tomato Pie It’s been a couple of weeks since my youngest headed off to college, and it’s become very apparent that tailoring my cooking portions down by a third is not going to be as easy as I first thought. Let’s discuss […]
It’s only a matter of time once the hint of Fall teases me with cool afternoons that I start thinking of soup. I’m not partial to any kind of soup in particular as long as it’s warm and satisfying. Sometimes I long for a clear […]