“In My Kitchen” February 2021

There’s one or two new cookbooks “In My Kitchen.” Here’s a review of Momofuku Milk Bar by Cristina Tosi (along with a few other happenings from last month). . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” February 2021

Top Ten Tuesday: Books that Make Me Hungry

This was a no-brainer for me today. I can pull food references from almost anything I’m reading (and find some sort of hunger-inspiring inspiration) but you can’t beat a good cookbook! . . . → Read More: Top Ten Tuesday: Books that Make Me Hungry

“In My Kitchen” November 2019

More cookbooks…..and a new-to-us (old) kitchen. Welcome to what’s “In My Kitchen” this month. . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” November 2019

The Art of Escapism and a long faux sour dough process

The Art of Escapism by Mandy Lee (blogger from Lady & Pups) is my next stop on the TLC Book Tour. Her recipes are inventive and her sense of humor is outrageously funny and pained at the same time. Keep on for a prolonged bread recipe that is worth it. . . . → Read More: The Art of Escapism and a long faux sour dough process

“In My Kitchen” October 2018

Día de Muertos kitchen towels, Food Huggers, Eataly items, Alice Waters, retro cookbooks and WINE!!!!!! All in my October kitchen… . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” October 2018

In My Kitchen—March 2018

Here’s this month’s In My Kitchen hosted by Sherry’s Pickings.

I am so ready for March. For February being the shortest month, it was unbelievable tedious, frustrating and maddening at work. But, with March comes Spring Break…so there is that.


I received a great cookbook, Sweet Potato Soul by Jenné Claiborne. We are not . . . → Read More: In My Kitchen—March 2018

Books for Foodies: The Chefs

I’m highlighting a few chef-authors today in my last holiday bookish post. . . . → Read More: Books for Foodies: The Chefs