Although the time in the kitchen was less this year than last, with having to go back to the office, I still enjoyed making a few new things, and finally got to cook again with Papa Joe. Here is a little walk down memory lane. I hope to be back in the kitchen a little… Continue reading 2020 in the Kitchen
Month: December 2021
We are coming to the close of yet another year. It always feels like it was just yesterday that the previous year just arrived. How fast 365 days can just fly by! I want to say thank you to friends, neighbors, colleagues, and family. Without all of you, the year would not have been half… Continue reading Goodbye 2021
If you haven’t had a chance to eat at a Coopers Hawk, please make it one of your places to eat in the new year. One just opened up near us, and we decided to give it a try for our anniversary dinner. First, it is a bit more pricey than most restaurants. We are… Continue reading Coopers Hawk
Happy 16th Anniversary
No real post today other than to say how blessed and lucky I feel to have the husband I do. Four kids, three dogs, two houses, two years of long-distancing, a grandson, and a cross-country move, and we are still going strong! Can’t ask for much more than that! KWell, more Apple products, but that… Continue reading Happy 16th Anniversary
Why Senator Schumer, Why?
For the life of me I just do not understand the Senate Democrats! I want to blame Congress, but really it is the Senate Democrats, specifically Majority Leader Schumer. I keep wondering how he became, and has remained, the Majority Leader. He doesn’t seem to be able to actually lead in the way we need.… Continue reading Why Senator Schumer, Why?
The Pretty and Not So Pretty
Baking is an interesting endeavor. If all of the ingredients are mixed in the right order and in the right amounts, most things turn out as expected. It is the experiments, or the decorations, that can go a bit awry. This past week I started on the holiday cookies I began experimenting with during the… Continue reading The Pretty and Not So Pretty
Where Are All the Workers?
Common water cooler conversation nowadays is about how short staffed we are at the moment. I’m sure, in reading the news, this is water cooler conversation everywhere. Where are all the workers? We all know salary plays a large part of someone applying for a job after we decide the duties of the position sound… Continue reading Where Are All the Workers?
Why Do We Keep Up the Fight If They Won’t
I’m reading Andrew McCabe’s book, The Threat: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump. Something he wrote has stuck in my mind. He basically said, and I’m paraphrasing, that when they have a high profile investigation, they treat the suspect and investigation differently, essentially with kid gloves. We are always… Continue reading Why Do We Keep Up the Fight If They Won’t
It’s Looking a Lot Like Cookies
In case you didn’t know, it is a little challenging to write when your dog is like a second skin. Right now she is cuddled right up next to me with one of her legs thrown over my arm as if to let me know I can’t go anywhere. It is a little awkward to… Continue reading It’s Looking a Lot Like Cookies