Neither my mother nor my father could find their way around the kitchen, but they both loved shopping for food. My mom did so twice a week, always with a list that was arranged in columns that synced with what was on the supermarket aisles. 1,195 more words
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When I was about 11 I attended this summer performing arts camp on Long Island. I basically danced all day.
We would gather at wooden picnic tables in the woods for lunch that we would bring from home, and there was another girl who always had Nabisco (?) Blueberry Mini Muffins in her lunch. 187 more words
If it’s hard for you to think of a time when tiramisu wasn’t an ice cream flavour, a standard offering at local pizzerias, and available frozen or ready-made in your supermarket, then your memory doesn’t go back to 1993 and that terrific rom-com “ 1,303 more words