It’s the first day of summer and the heat is on! Cool off with one of these fun twists on classic iced tea:
I’m pretty sure I’m in the minority, but I hate going out to eat on holidays like New Year’s Even and Valentine’s Day. Read More »
I was excited to use the delicious looking jar of roasted red peppers from Greece that I had received from ShopRite in the mail as a participant in the ShopRite “Potluck” blog panel. I had already planned on making veal marsala for dinner. Then, I decided to go with the marsala theme, but vary things up a bit. This dish is kind of a take on veal marsala, but its quite untraditional – Read More »
Linzer cookies have long been my favorite European cookies. The have their origin in the Austrian Linzer Torte, which is traditionally made with flour ground nuts and spices into a tore filled with currant jam and topped with a lattice. I’ve always loved the American-style linzer cookie variation, using a similar pastry, often cut into heart shapes, filled with raspberry jam. I spent some time in Prague over the summer, and this is certainly similar to some of the pastries Read More »
The Hot Tub Time Machine.
Back to the Future (I through III).
Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure.
Time-travel. It is an object of much infatuation and intrigue. Obviously, for many reasons: We all want to go back in time to rectify some situation that still causes us to blush. Read More »