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Monthly Archives: November 2011
I get it now….. I know why my family took every approach to getting me to eat better when I was a young kid. I was such a picky eater in those early years. Anything that was offered was typically … Continue reading
For those of you who visit my blog often, let me apologize for my absence. You see, everyone in my household has caught a nasty bug that has us all sniffling, sneezing and now coughing. I was the first one … Continue reading
I got invited to a Thanksgiving cooking class over at the Simple Gourmet in Redondo Beach a few weeks ago, and even though I consider myself a Thanksgiving pro…. I figured “Why not? I might learn a thing or two!” … Continue reading
Does your boss have you working on BLACK FRIDAY? Want a pick me up? Seattle’s Best Coffee to the rescue!
If you are one of the hard working people of the black friday frenzy who will be behind a counter or opening the doors to a retail conglomerate, and think you may need an extra boost of energy…. then … Continue reading
It shatters my heart when my little boy puts my hand on the door knob to signal that he wants to head outside on a wet day. I’m stumped because there is only so long that T.V. and toys will … Continue reading
This recipe is my stand-by dish that I make every Thanksgiving. I first brought it to the table many years back to add a hint of shock to our feast, but instead it was so well received that it became … Continue reading
As the holidays circle around us and I start to organize my schedule counting down the days till the next celebration, the one prominent thing I have on my mind is making tamales with my family. It’s a tradition … Continue reading
This coming Saturday my community is holding a pre-Thanksgiving celebration for families in need. I will be in charge of teaching the children how to bake and decorate cupcakes. This is the recipe I came up with along with the … Continue reading
I don’t know if you’ve ever worked with Korean Pears before , but it can be quite a task if you’re doing anything other than eating them fresh. I had it in my mind that I wanted to create a … Continue reading
If you love food and the journey that comes along with it, then it’s hard not to fall in love with Penny De Los Santos’ photos. She tells a story through provisions. Her portraits transport you around the world and … Continue reading