With peas: “How many peas do you have left, hunny?” “7” “What happens if you eat 3?” “Mommy, I have 4 left!” With chunks of meat: “How many bites do I need to take?” “Let’s take 6” “I took 1. Now I only have to take 5.” Bite. “I look 1 more. Now I only… More The downside of math
Last week’s Photo Wednesday wasn’t enough. I had to share this whimsical advertising. So unexpected.
I went to visit the Seiga factory a couple months back. While I really like their food and their ISSO standars. I love their art work and advertising.
A friend and colleague is in town from Kosovo. Instead of having her to the house, per routine, I decided we should go out to dinner. No kids around would allow us to have more meaningful conversation and, plus, I could do it after Little Elephant hit the hay. I choose a tiny little restaurant… More Coincidence
Wow! I had planned to share at least 5 good recipes this month. Without actively following my original goals– I actually met this one. I think I posted three (mushroom bisque and two recipes with pomegranate). I also linked to a ginger trifle and, posting one last one today, will help me reach my official… More Irish Soda Bread– how my Mom makes it
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday; the time of year I get nostalgic for living in the US. I love the food. I love the family. I love the friends who are family. It is the perfect holiday- no religious connotations, no stress of gift giving, just food and loved ones. Of course, being the wanderer… More A tally of overseas thanksgivings
I grew up eating this bisque; it is one of my favorite soups and certainly ranks up there as comfort food. That said, I rarely make it. It tastes so rich and decadent that I forget how simple it truly is. In fact, today, I made it while my daughter sat by my side. Once… More Recipe: Mushroom Bisque