Two Weeks of Free Cooking Lessons Starts Today (5/18)

One of the ways I’ve been passing the time at home in coronavirus-ville is experimenting more in the kitchen. I’m trying new recipes and new techniques, like making my own yogurt. One of the resources I rely on is America’s Test Kitchen, publishers of Cook’s Magazine among other things. I love Cook’s Magazine because it … More Two Weeks of Free Cooking Lessons Starts Today (5/18)

What Are You Doing for Cinco de Mayo? With a Shout-Out to Jose Cuervo, but Not for the Usual Reason

I’m only going shopping once a week now–6:00 AM Thursday mornings for special senior hours at Harris Teeter, where EVERYONE wears a mask, customer or staff. Therefore, last night I was making my grocery list. Realizing that Cinco de Mayo was next week, I was trying to decide what special Mexican dish I would make … More What Are You Doing for Cinco de Mayo? With a Shout-Out to Jose Cuervo, but Not for the Usual Reason

Everything You Wanted to Know About SARS-CoV-2* Food Safety–But Didn't Know Who to Ask

Yesterday I talked about the “Food of Love,” which was Shakespeare’s metaphor for music. Today, let’s talk about Food itself. Food is another thing that sustains us, through good times and bad. If we want to stay healthy, eating healthy food is important. However, these days, even acquiring food is not without complications. If you … More Everything You Wanted to Know About SARS-CoV-2* Food Safety–But Didn't Know Who to Ask

New Year, New Eyes

Welcome to 2020!  I started this blog on January 2, 2017 after a visioning session at my spiritual center directed me to inject some positivity in a world where our focus seems to be on problems and what we perceive to be  “not working.”  As we kick off this new year, it just seems right … More New Year, New Eyes