Every year the biggest fundraiser for our daughters’ school is the Adult Trivia Night. It is always so much fun and we really look forward to it. There is always an overall theme. This year was “Nothing But 90’s.” I graduated high school in the early-mid 90’s and college in the late 90’s so this… Continue reading Throwing A Tea Party: More Than You Ever Wanted To Know
Easy. Fast. Scrumptious! I love the breakfast stack. It is not fancy; it’s just good and satisfying. You can make it fancy if you want. Make waffles from scratch and/or poach an egg. But the original purpose of The Breakfast Stack is to be quick and tasty. I’ve been making these since right after college… Continue reading The Breakfast Stack
One of my daughters, E, has been asking to go apple picking for a couple of years now. I really have been meaning to take her but something always seemed to get in the way like… it was raining, or I didn’t feel like driving for 45 minutes, or the apples that were available to… Continue reading Apple Picking Leads To Apple Butter!
IT’S SOOO HOT!!!!! I can’t take it. There is no way anyone can be expected to cook anything when it is this hot out. If you walk outside to grill, you will burst into flames. If you turn your oven on when it is over 100 degrees outside… well, I just can’t even think about… Continue reading Summer Toasts – Because It’s Too Hot For Anything Else
I love to read. A few years ago I read this book, The Baker’s Daughter by Sarah McCoy. I love to read fictional books about food and I also, apparently, love to read World War II fiction. I didn’t mean to love WWII fiction; it is just something that happened. Most of my all time… Continue reading Cherry Jam