Among the treasures of Thanksgiving are the time honored foods we embrace as memorable favorites, those continually prepared traditional dishes lovingly shared between families and friends. This festive holiday also enables us a special time when we pause for that fleeting brief moment and give thanks for the many blessings that we have in our […]
Little garden zucchini, medium garden zucchini, large garden zucchini, giant size garden zucchini. I would have skipped mentioning the large size zucchini since once this fuzzy green, itchy leafed plant really begins producing, it seems as if its offshoot goes from medium to over- sized in a mere day, but then, that would have altered […]
Rhubarb. Do people either love it or hate it? Have most people even tried it? Among those who have tried rhubarb, has it only been in pie combined with strawberries? As spring emerges each year, let’s face it, there are hardly masses of folks expressing their excitement for the appearance of rhubarb at the local […]
Have you ever prepared something so simple and so popular that you never even bothered to write it down? Yes. There was a time I hardly went to a party in the Philadelphia area some many years ago, where Seltzer’s Lebanon Bologna and Philadelphia Cream Cheese Stacks were not served. Always a winner, I even […]
Who loves Potato Skins? If you too are a fan, then I bet you will love these Baked Potato Skins, Mixed Mushrooms, Cheeses, Greens.
Dreaming of the perfect holiday season party but with your hectic schedule are not sure how you are going to possibly pull it all together? Here are two Quick & Easy Holiday Appetizers you can put together in fifteen minutes or less using Chobani plain Greek Yogurt.
Bright floods of light fill the summer skies each day, occasionally interrupted by a light shower, and one day last week, the clearing skies formed the rings of rare multicolored prisms, a rainbow.
Since fresh summer dishes are often styled towards enjoying time outside of the kitchen, I thought this Quick and Easy Appetizer, Garden Tomatoes, Feta, fresh Oregano in Athens Mini Fillo Shells fit the course, especially if juicy ripe tomatoes are now bursting forth in your garden.
Every now and again when there is a free day at hand my eldest daughter, Sooky the Stylist, announces we’re going to make Spring Rolls. The announcement always means we are not only going to make Spring Rolls, but we are going to prepare trays and trays of a couple type of dumplings too, […]
Oh how I meant this Post on Asian Chicken Salad in Lettuce Cups to be more instructional, perhaps with an interesting recipe story, but the weekend was the college graduation of my youngest daughter, Alex the Athlete, with the final athletic banquet happening early- on last week. Yes, two trips to DC in one week, […]