This recipe is adapted from a recipe in a friends and family cookbook that we put together about twenty years ago! Jack and I were living in Chicago. My sister-in-law from Minneapolis and I collaborated on it long distance! It was a blast…we should …Continue Reading
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There used to be a cozy little restaurant in Bel Air, California, that was within a block of where we stayed one year. The food was excellent and the ambiance was relaxing.
My daughter Jen is a good friend of the former owner. She lived nearby while …Continue Reading
I’m more and more convinced that homemade salad dressings are far superior to store bought. And lately I’ve been reading that there are some icky ingredients in the store bought dressings. (You don’t want to know and I wish I didn’t.)
This is a recipe I’ve been …Continue Reading
These sweet sock bunnies make perfect little gifts to tuck into Easter baskets.
I posted this last year but since it’s such a fun project, I’m re-posting it, plus I’m adding four links to more clever ideas for Easter/spring crafting! Be sure to …Continue Reading
I’m Irish. I was born there to an Irish mother and an American father. So posting a recipe for St. Patrick’s Day should be a no-brainer. But I struggled with what to post…and leaving it until the last minute didn’t help. It had to be something …Continue Reading
Back in the day, I collected recipes from newspapers and magazines and stashed them in a drawer or box fully intending to try each one. But looking for a specific recipe with specific ingredients when you need to make something now is a daunting task.
My …Continue Reading
I have a sweet little cookbook with lots of great breakfast and brunch recipes. It’s called The Bed and Breakfast Cookbook and Daughter Margo gave it to me as a gift a long time ago. It has an excellent recipe for homemade sausage that I will share with you at some other time…after I’m home …Continue Reading