Yesterday I wrote about one of my most memorable Valentine's Day meals. But, in the four years since my husband and I have shifted our eating habits, our Valentine's Day traditions and activities have reflected the change in our lifestyle. There is no pressure to give, or receive, Valentine's Day candies and chocolates. And, going … Continue reading V-Day Vote
When I'm in a tight dinner spot, there is nothing I love more than a rotisserie chicken. It doesn't get much easier than a popping into the grocery store, grabbing a chicken, a box of greens, and whatever salad fix in's you desire. Go home, throw your greens and veggies into the bowl, grabs a … Continue reading The Many Uses of a Rotisserie Chicken
If you are from New England you’ve likely visited a Friendly’s once or twice in your lifetime. As a kid my mom would take my brother and I there occasionally for lunch and more often than I’d like to admit for ice cream. (My love of sweets - and yours, too - is a life … Continue reading The Healthiest Part of Your Meal May Have Been the Garnish!
Two weeks ago I traveled to England, a country more notorious for its culinary fare than celebrated for it. I was warned about the serious lack of vegetables that would befall my plate and encouraged to try a traditional full English breakfast. I had heard stories about the unbelievable good Indian food, and of course, … Continue reading Fish n Chips…sort of