As Meg embarked on her long journey along Route 66 with her sister Ann last month, I got a little taste of it living vicariously through her Facebook posts and texts keeping me up to date on all the important culinary news. Continue reading
My sister turned 66 on September 15th. It’s the time of her life when accumulating memories far outweigh accumulating possessions. So last Christmas I gave her a book and map on Route 66, and the gift of time to join her on a road trip I knew she wanted to make: Route 66 for her 66th! Continue reading
This months theme is tasty, inexpensive and wholesome meals for college students in need of sustenance.
I recently moved across the Atlantic Ocean and while awaiting delivery of all our worldly possessions neatly stacked in a container somewhere, I am culinarily armed only with an Instant Pot and one saucepan to cook in.
When my children were young, I can remember being all crunched up on the grass as we observed ants carefully transporting their food and the times we drew elaborate underwater scenes on our driveway. We had carefree hours carving out pumpkins before Halloween. We built forts in our living room. Stepping on Legos scattered all over our house was part of the fabric of our lives. Continue reading