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29 01, 2016

How to Use Kitchen Prep Time to Communicate with Your Man

By |January 29th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off

I was talking with my literary coach, John, about differences between men and women during communication.  And through our conversation he enlightened me. He said, “men are task oriented… we like a beginning and an end, so we know we are getting things […]

30 11, 2015

Thanksgiving Memories

By |November 30th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off

Thanksgiving is always more about making memories than how good the food was. We had the best time with my husband’s son, daughter-in-law and her wonderful family and Paul’s long time childhood friend.  It was a smaller crowd than usual which allowed us t […]

20 10, 2014

Baby Showers…..A Perfect Time for Quiche

By |October 20th, 2014|Uncategorized|Comments Off

In late September, I had a memorable and fun experience in attending a baby shower for my best friend Irene’s daughter, Abbay, in Memphis, Tennessee. It’s always special going back home to see old friends and get lots of good visits in. Everyone gathered […]

11 08, 2014

Shrimp and Grits with Fried Green Tomatoes…..Perfect Saturday Night Dinner

By |August 11th, 2014|Articles|0 Comments

Cooking with friends on a Saturday night is a great way to spend relaxed time together.  Instead of dealing with crowded restaurants and rush hour traffic, plan a casual dinner at home or at your friends’ house.  Your group can decide what the menu sh […]

6 08, 2014

My Daughter-in-Law Made Omelets!

By |August 6th, 2014|Articles|0 Comments

I could not be more proud than I am today of my daughter-in-law, Saima.  Pregnant with her second baby, she has struggled with foods that taste good to her.  She texted me Monday with a craving for my omelets.   She wanted me to make them for her sinc […]

12 07, 2014

Micheal Symon’s Crepe Lasagne

By |July 12th, 2014|Articles|0 Comments

I’ve wanted to start making crepes.  I’ve been pouring through recipes trying to refresh myself on how to make them.  The other day I was having my car maintenance done while watching The Chew in the waiting room.  Low and behold, Michael Symon was making […]

7 07, 2014

Food and Relationships…

By |July 7th, 2014|Articles|0 Comments

Sarah Smartt is not your ordinary ten year old little girl.  I don’t mean to brag, but she is confident, thoughtful, and responsible.  And she loves cooking. You know how rare these combined traits are among teenagers, let alone, a ten year old!  In the k […]

3 07, 2014

Weekly Homage…Chef Charlie Palmer..

By |July 3rd, 2014|Articles|0 Comments

When thinking about this week’s chef homage article, I remembered that Chef Charlie Palmer influenced me in the early 90’s.   I met him, got this cook book, “Great American Food”, and got it signed by him when he opened up Aqua Terra in Palm Beach.  I hav […]

29 06, 2014

Why I Love Friends of English Avenue

By |June 29th, 2014|Articles|0 Comments

I love spending time volunteering at  Friends of English Avenue!  You won’t believe what all happens there everyday!  FEA is growing  1,600 pounds of organic vegetables on inner city property per year that feeds the entire English Avenue and Elm Street ne […]

28 06, 2014

Cooking for two …..Why does it work?

By |June 28th, 2014|Articles|0 Comments

It’s important to have him wash the vegetables while you chop. Or have him chop while you mix and stir.  Why? Because its all about the circle of love! It’s the every day type of simple tasks that build intimacy in a relationship. You count on him to do […]