This book though… art in cooking? You bet. What an amazing handbook for any chef, professional, or of the home cooking type. I went to culinary school some years back, that’s when one of my great chef instructors recommended this book to me and about 99 other eager to-be chefs, as thee most important book… Continue reading Culinary Artistry, it’s a very good thing.
Originally posted on Dare To Not Diet:
Warning: this food not on any of these diets. It’s the new year and we’re in the midst of a shit storm of diet ads and articles about which celebrity lost XX amount of pounds and how. Oh, and how YOU can do it too! Googling the word…
I love theme parties. One of our good friends threw a Martinis & Mid Century Modern Mouthfuls, 50’s, 60’s and 70’s glam soirée, what fun it was! He really knows how to pull out all the stops for his guests. It was certainly a night to remember… Here we are with good friends of… Continue reading Out on the Town, doing Palm Desert Fab.
Why can’t cervical collars be a fashion statement. I’m going for it! Black is always in. I’m thinking (just maybe) I’m rocking it. My white as snow look. Sporting my b & w polka dot look today! 4/27/2016 Yup, I have some old ailments acting up.… Continue reading Sometimes you just got to go with it…
So on a recent occasion while with friends from Rosarito, Baja, Mx. I was reminded about my love for Puerto Nuevo Style Lobster. I’ve been making it at home for years now, but had not in far too long. Who knew the secret was in the lard, that’s right lard, pure, fattening plain ole lard.… Continue reading Lobster Baja Style
So here I find myself on posting day, a vast expanse of empty screen in front of my eyes and a vast expanse of empty brain behind them. Yet despite my complete lack of a suitable topic for my blog, I feel no unease. This is because my entire stock of unease has long since been… Continue reading What a great piece, totally worth the reblog! Penguins, Broccoli and the Secret of Blogging
All packed up and ready to roll… We’ve been beach camping for years. It started as a neighborhood thing, then a neighborhood plus family thing, now… it’s just a thing, we have to do it. It’s like part of our whole. Our summers are not complete without it. And if we can’t camp… Continue reading Let’s Camp