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Kids Cook Fridays

Fridays have always been a population favorite. They end the work and school week, usher in vacations (or holidays, for my European friends), and offer much-needed breaks. 377 more words

Faith, Relationships, And Other Topics

: Banana Burritos

This lovely decadence was adapted from an Asmah Laili recipe. Asmah is well-known as a Singaporean radio personality turned gourmet. She has produced several beautiful cook books. 412 more words


High Stakes Parfaits

Like many Americans, my children take high stakes testing at their public school in the spring.  It is my girls’ first year to take the tests and they want to do well.   488 more words

F is for Frittata

Coming off a a giant Passeaster/Eastover feast, I’m consumed with thoughts of one food – eggs.  I was going to do this for the letter “E” however, I thought it best to push past my first thought, since my theme is that of exploration, and settled on frittata for the letter “F.” In case you don’t know what they are, they look like this: 314 more words

My Life

Back to the grindstone

Today’s blog post comes with musical accompaniment. 

Maimonidesa Jewish philosopher in the 12th century, is credited with saying: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” 392 more words


Hot Cross Buns

Hot cross buns are spiced sweet buns with a long and rich history dating back to the 1500s and perhaps even farther back to ancient Grecian times. 415 more words