Remembering a rollicking night of excess just doing my job as a journalist and TV writer, the story of John and Marge Fairservice’s survival on a rock in the ocean, and a delicious warm-me-up potato dish provided by my daughter-in-law Gillian.
Hmm… what to eat while watching nasty and depraved mystery television shows? Answer: Mediterranean eggplant stuffed with onion and tomatoes, plus a new recipe for Maine whelk fritters!
Smiles and good feelings on a weekend jaunt to St. Andrews, N.B. and the Land of “eh.” I have no idea why so many Canadians are such wonderful people, but they are, and I’m glad they’re just a few hours away from us.
Knox Adopt-a-Backpack program reaches, and passes, its funding goal – with plans for helping more hungry kids in the county. Also, remembering the late Martin Milner and Route 66, with some thoughts on how the show changed some of us (baby boomers, that is).
Spend enough time canning green beans your mind can wander… back to an old friend’s very strange experience and her attempt to recover memory of it.
A quick take on beef cheeks, squash soup, and terrific news about Knox County’s adopt a back program to feed hungry school kids on weekends for the upcoming school year.
Having been in 49 states, I figured it’s time to rate them – for friendliness, prettiness, food, that sort of thing. Some of it’s in fun, but mostly I do mean what I say, and I hope I don’t offend more people than usual.
Great dance performance this weekend at the Strom in Camden! And the greatness originates from the heart and soul of one extraordinary and gifted person – Kea Tesseyman.
Too many school kids in Knox County – and especially Rockland -go hungry over the weekends. We can fix it. Introducing Adopt a Backpack for Knox County, with a goal to feed 200 “food insecure” lower and middle school kids in Rockland over the weekends in the upcoming school year.
Easy and delicious shepherd’s pie recipe, using ground lamb, olive oil, and almost no butter. Terrifically savory!