Food ‘n Flix Bottle Shock Round-Up

Forgive my tardiness with posting the May Food ‘n Flix round-up. You see, I’ve been at the lake for a full week with family. It was glorious. We boated and relaxed and caught up and relaxed. I may post some photos at some point. More to come.

Needless to say, we were quite busy with . . . → Read More: Food ‘n Flix Bottle Shock Round-Up

A Winter Night for TLC

It’s time for another TLC Book tour stop. I was please to get a advanced reader copy of Winter Night by Anne Leigh Parrish for an honest review. I read Maggie’s Ruse by the same author in November 2019. You can read my review here.

All gushings and rants are my own.

About the book: . . . → Read More: A Winter Night for TLC

Grazing Boards (and wine)

Wine, cheese, charcuterie…..wine. Today’s post is all about grazing, sipping, and the film Bottle Shock. . . . → Read More: Grazing Boards (and wine)

A Honeysuckle Cocktail for Honeysuckle Season by Mary Ellen Taylor

Honeysuckle Season and an early spring cocktail. Read on for a book review and a refreshing libation for the April/May edition for Cook the Books. . . . → Read More: A Honeysuckle Cocktail for Honeysuckle Season by Mary Ellen Taylor

RIP, Eliot

Very sad evening here.

 

Very, very sad day. You never realize how much a part of the family they become.

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A Review: Rodney Scott’s World of BBQ

I new cookbook, some new BBQ techniques and a plethora of new (and delicious recipes). Here’s what’s new “In My Kitchen.” . . . → Read More: A Review: Rodney Scott’s World of BBQ

May Food ‘n Flix announcement: Bottle Shock

Do you enjoy wine? Do you enjoy films where the little guy triumphs? Either/and/or…you’ll enjoy this film about the fledging California wine industry in the 1970s! . . . → Read More: May Food ‘n Flix announcement: Bottle Shock

Garlic Chive Pesto Dressing (on the side)

Today’s recipe is used in two ways: to marinate chicken breasts for grilling and as a dressing for a garden fresh salad. I’m also posting for the April Food ‘n Flix feature film: Peter Rabbit. . . . → Read More: Garlic Chive Pesto Dressing (on the side)

Olive Oil Poached Eggs with Toast Points and Hot Honey for Why I Never Finished My Dissertation

It’s a first today at EE…the first collection of poetry that I’ve reviewed here and paired with a recipe. Enjoy this slim volume of verse along with a most excellent breakfast option. . . . → Read More: Olive Oil Poached Eggs with Toast Points and Hot Honey for Why I Never Finished My Dissertation

“Show Us Your Books”: What I Read in March

I’m linking up to a new book group today: “Show Us Your Books” hosted by Jana and Steph. (There’s more about this event at the bottom of this post.) Here’s what I read in March. What’s on the list? Some Kahlo, a mystery-thriller, some “women’s fiction,” and some poetry.

Frida Kahlo: Her Photos by Frida . . . → Read More: “Show Us Your Books”: What I Read in March