Do you have a favorite breakfast that gives you staying power until lunch?
If you ask anyone in my house what I usually make for supper, the answer would be chicken or fish. It’s true!
Wouldn’t it be great if you came home and you had a tray of cut veggies waiting for you?
The last thing that I want to do after a holiday like Rosh Hashanah, is to look at food!
Although tomatoes are available year round, I love this time of the year when you see so many varieties available and all bursting with color!
There are some things that I just won’t swap, like using non-fat cream cheese to replace the full fat product in my cheesecake recipes!
I’m stuffed – how about you?
September symbolizes different things to all of us.
The other night it was just Mark and I home for supper and we were trying to decide what to eat. Do you ever get in a mood where you have no clue what you want? Me too!
And now it doesn’t! I had such good intentions when I bought it a few days ago. I forgot to use it and when I opened up my fridge wanting to cut it into florets for my salad, the broccoli looked sad.