I love this time of year- the few weeks between summer and fall, when the air is crisp and cool, but there are still so many beautiful summer vegetables to be had. It’s the perfect season for chili, stir-fries full of veggies, and creamy corn chowders. It’s fall food, but with one foot still firmly planted in summer. And if there is one thing I love with fall food, it’s corn bread. [Read more...]
It’s an interesting thing when you realize that your kid might just be even stranger than you are. When I made this discovery, I was filled with a mixture of terror and pride. Figure that one out, Freud.
This latest realization came on the last trip to the store. I spotted these beautiful little plums and got all excited. My little guy, sitting in the cart, looked confused. So I said, “Joe, look… Zwetschgen!” [Read more...]
We don’t eat out much. It’s expensive, I like to cook, and two of our dining companions make eating in public somewhat tricky. By tricky, I mean terrible. There is always so much crying. And the kids aren’t too happy either.
BUT SERIOUSLY FOLKS. [Read more...]
This is a weird recipe. I know it. So much so that for a long time I didn’t consider sharing it with you. What’s more, I’m pretty sure I got the idea from Rachael Ray. So half the world knows about it and the other half doesn’t want to know about it. But here I am, soldiering on. It’s just that it’s so delicious. [Read more...]
I’m not a vegetarian. Far from it: one of my favorite things in the world is a thick, juicy cheeseburger. At one point in my life, I pretty much threw in my chips with the “a meal isn’t a meal without some kind of meat” crowd. I imagine that my husband still thinks the same way. But over the years, something funny has happened… we’re just not eating as much meat. Without an effort, we’re eating more vegetarian meals than ever. And it happens just sort of… accidentally. [Read more...]