Pumpkin-Apple Donuts and Sleepy Hollow

After a one month hiatus from Food ‘n Flix, I’m back for the Tim Burton extravaganza! Here’s some donuts, perfect for noshing on while you watch Burton’s quirky tales. . . . → Read More: Pumpkin-Apple Donuts and Sleepy Hollow

Working from home….

Some musings, some concerns, some thrown together lunches and good wishes to all! . . . → Read More: Working from home….

Carrot Salad with Olives

One more Cookbook of the Week post. I seem to be on a roll! This is a keeper of a salad. . . . → Read More: Carrot Salad with Olives

Elephant Ears and Pomegranate Soup

Pomegranate Soup is the current selection for Cook the Books. There’s an eclectic mix of Persian, Italian, and Irish food in this book. I decided on the Persian recipe for Elephant Ears. . . . → Read More: Elephant Ears and Pomegranate Soup

St. Louis Days, St. Louis Nights: Cookbook of the Week

Artichoke Prosciutto Linguine is on the menu. Check out this recipe and the beginnings of my Cookbook of the Week posts. . . . → Read More: St. Louis Days, St. Louis Nights: Cookbook of the Week

Healthy Minestrone: Welcome to the Blue Zone

The Blue Zones Kitchen: 100 Recipes to Live to 100 is the current stop on the TLC Book Tour. I’m also including it in my Cookbook Highlight of the Week. Want to live a long and healthy life? Read on. . . . → Read More: Healthy Minestrone: Welcome to the Blue Zone

“In My Kitchen” March 2020

Lots of books, some Valentine’s tea towels and beans….it’s an eclectic mix this month “In My Kitchen.” . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” March 2020

Grapefruit-Olive Oil Cake

Enjoy this healthy, citrusy delicious cake. It’s great with tea or coffee! . . . → Read More: Grapefruit-Olive Oil Cake

I am a cookbook-aholic.

Announcing a new direction: Cookbook of the Week. Follow my new themed posting vow—to highlight all the cookbooks in my vast (and growing) library. . . . → Read More: I am a cookbook-aholic.

Save Me the Plums or How Reichl Could Not Save Gourmet

I’m going back through my draft archives and finding posts that were mostly finished. I don’t know why I didn’t post up this book review, especially since I am the Ruth Reichl super fan. Anyway, here it is today. . . . → Read More: Save Me the Plums or How Reichl Could Not Save Gourmet