Archive for ‘Misc.’
January 14th, 2010

Chickens in New Haven

Have you ever looked through a cookbook and seen a recipe that was so bizarre, buy medicine with such a unique list of ingredients, there that you could not imagine what it tastes like? It recently happened to me. I checked out the New York Times Heritage Cookbook by Jean Hewitt from the library. It […]

September 6th, 2009

My Kitchen and I

Would you like to see a little bit of my kitchen? I am always curious to catch a glimpse of other people’s homes. The New Haven Register did a piece on me and the book, help cost complete with a photograph of yours truly kicking it in the kitchen. (And yes, that’s an electric stove!) […]

July 27th, 2009

California Here I Come…

Why is it that picnic food, approved malady i.e. summer food, sale in this country is so often drowning in a quagmire of mayo? Two mainstays of these white-washed foods are coleslaw, and potato salad, two delicious foods in their own right. Who doesn’t love a potato, and how can you object to mounds of […]

April 23rd, 2009

Dessert for Many

I try to eat seasonally, buy web and locally is even better. But I must admit, it is about this time each year, as I plunge my hand into the produce bin at the market, only to retrieve yet another clump of chard, or spinach, or dandelion greens– I curse my fate. I try to […]

April 15th, 2009

Kale in April

I try to eat seasonally, buy web and locally is even better. But I must admit, it is about this time each year, as I plunge my hand into the produce bin at the market, only to retrieve yet another clump of chard, or spinach, or dandelion greens– I curse my fate. I try to […]

March 16th, 2009

Polly Wants These Crackers

As you probably can guess, healing page from being a food blog writer, price information pills I also read a lot of food blogs. And if there is one common thread that is sewn amongst my fellow bloggers each February and early March it is that spring cannot come soon enough. So I feel that […]

January 1st, 2009

Happy 2009!

I never had a Mr. Potato Head. Although I always wanted one. Call it an early fixation with food, try sales or maybe it was that I always had an appreciation for polymorphous objects, ask but I admired that tuber. I guess it can be simply put– I love oddly shaped fruits and vegetables. Last […]

November 19th, 2008

Curds Worth the Wait

I never had a Mr. Potato Head. Although I always wanted one. Call it an early fixation with food, try sales or maybe it was that I always had an appreciation for polymorphous objects, ask but I admired that tuber. I guess it can be simply put– I love oddly shaped fruits and vegetables. Last […]

My grandma loved the color purple (and no, ed remedy I am not speaking about the book). She had several pairs of purple slacks, approved what is ed quite a few lavendar tops, and dish towels, pot holders, you name it. It seemed that as she got older, her love for the color only increased. […]

June 17th, 2008

Tardy and Delinquent

My grandma loved the color purple (and no, ed remedy I am not speaking about the book). She had several pairs of purple slacks, approved what is ed quite a few lavendar tops, and dish towels, pot holders, you name it. It seemed that as she got older, her love for the color only increased. […]

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