Bloody Marys with shrimp ceviche… and one tough city P.I. who keeps giving his time, talents, and money away.
Bananas Foster Flambe, an exciting light show on the stovetop.
Just like her, you may be funnier than you think. Also, a verbal scramble through politics, haunted bathroom stuff, appliance abuse, being a Nielsen ratings family, and more…
Shenna Bellows is one of the best Democratic candidates you’ll ever see, but Susan Collins hangs tough, regardless of giving thousands to ultra right wing Senate candidates. Pure politics this week, with a nasty head cold, and no food…
Our friend Katie’s cousin turns out to be one of those truly remarkable people of the west, a man who Walks with Buffalo. We take a trip to the green hills of western South Dakota, then come back for the best-ever chicken you could possibly cook.
No food this week (except salivating over wild turkeys), but notes on some excursions into the land of the Lakota, on the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota. Wonderful people, in 1985 and now…
Today’s post begins with a couple of political irritations, but then segues appetizingly into a recipe from Spain for salt cod fritters – bunuelos de bacalao.
Margaret and Henry – mostly Margaret – review and rate soups and supper dishes from 8 months of this blog.
Henry and Margaret pitch in, taking us through some of the recipes from the past 8 months with their thoughts and ratings. Part I is mostly seafood dishes.
Dinner at home or in a restaurant shouldn’t be completely bereft of moisture, but sometimes it happens… also, a bit about quahogs and classic traditional brothy quahog chowder recipe I got from my grandmother.