I grew up in the “olden days” as my grandkids would say, before such delights as Books on Tape
It’s amazing where really good recipes can come from. I’ve actually gotten one at a church service (don’t ask!), off a pumpkin pie can label, and …
“I’m at the airport with six kids, 12 pieces of luggage and eight carry-ons! Want to change places?”
I’ve always been proud that I was born in the same month as America. Flying the flag on this particular day is probably our most graphic sign of …
She was blonde from birth and had big chocolaty eyes and a bright pink tummy, so much so that early on she was dubbed “Miss Pinkness.”
The year: 1952. The state: Georgia. National news: the presidential election. Personal news: I was in high school and about to cast my first ballot.
For years as a working mother I’d spend spend nearly every weekend following my personal menu formula for the upcoming week: make one roast, one casserole and one crockpot recipe. Eat each twice, freezing any leftovers for lunches or a smorgasbord and fill in with an evening breakfast.
In speaking of the Pulitzer Prize winning book Profiles in Courage by the late President John F. Kennedy, Fr. Dennis Hadberg said the work mentioned such well-known and notable people as John Quincy Adams, Daniel Webster and Sam Houston.
I know about Wedding Planners. They even made a movie about one of them.
It’s a universal truth that whenever we gather socially, food is a big part of the celebration – and that celebration’s success.