I thought I’d take a break from posting photos of our trip to Paris to give those who would rather look at food a break. It’s only fair, I guess, after holding everyone captive with my vacation photos. But I will warn you this […]
Twice this past week, I’ve been asked about our July 4 weekend plans and each time, I felt a bit awkward before responding we had none. The feeling of awkwardness is more uncharacteristic than any worry of not having plans, because plans are easy to […]
It’s Saturday morning after a busy week and the slightest hint of Fall is in the air, taunting me. Condensation dots the leaves of the plants on the patio outside the kitchen window and the occasional web of a familiar orange garden spider wafts lazily between the trees. I know the cool air coming through the window needs to be appreciated because in a day or so, we’re expecting blistering temperatures even though the calendar is edging toward the autumnal equinox.
Flipping through the small stack of food magazines and cookbooks that seem to be a permanent fixture on my counter, I sip my coffee and talk about nothing in particular to my husband who is already perched in front of his laptop. He’s usually the one in the kitchen on weekend mornings, but I remember the small container of raspberries in the fridge that were destined for yet another Bittman salad and ask, “Muffins or scones, honey?”
“Mmmm…scones,” is his quick response and I smile because I feel an experiment coming on. Do I have to mix the raspberries in the batter?
When Lis of Daring Baker fame asked me to do a post for The Daring Kitchen for July 4th, I thought, sure, no problema. Absolutely. I’ll get right on that. I imagined all the red, white, and blue possibilites available and scrimped time here and […]
I love “last bite,” the very last page in Food & Wine each month, and often look there first, wondering what I’ll find. Most of the time, it’s something I can’t wait to try myself, and have with great results. Other times, I’m fascinated, and […]