BINGO AND BREAKFAST – a recipe and a tale of kindness

Hi there, On Sunday I took my grandchildren to an event that featured breakfast and bingo. I was struck by how the French toast was prepared. It was served as a pull apart muffin. This was a very clever presentation indeed and I decided to try to duplicate it. I will get to that in…

Asparagus Soup – spring is bustin out all over

Hi there, When I was a very young woman I moved to New Jersey. I was befriended by Joanne. Joanne was like a glass of Prosecca – she just bubbled. She made everything fun. She loved to entertain and cook and her attitude toward food could be defined by her signature statement, “you don’t have…

CRAZY COVID COOKING-saving our sanity through sharing recipes

“We should look for someone to eat and drink with before looking for something to eat and drink.” – Epicurus Hi there, During the height of the pandemic last year somehow a group of women friends formed a text chain. We laughed and cried together snd shared recipes. When the pandemic started to wind down…

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH – let’s hear it for the girls

“The word “power” just ruins my idea of breakfast.” Marian Cunningham I was out of town last week and I missed the final Thursday in March. So I am a day late but not a dollar short with the subject of this post. For my final salute to female chef’s I am going to talk…