I’ve had this one in my tickle file for a couple months, now, ever since NPR re-ran an interview with Nora Ephron after her death in June from pneumonia, a complication of her leukemia.
Screenwriter, Producer and Director, she’s had a hand in many of the movies that shaped my teens and twenties and, of course, served all three roles …[more...]
What’s on the menu?
Don’t worry. Not Punxsutawney Phil. So far, no food magazines has splashed roasted or grilled marmots on their pages.
Us desert dwellers couldn’t care less whether or not America’s most famous woodchuck sees his shadow or not. Yet, it’s a popular holiday which is celebrated for four days in a tiny Pennsylvania enclave …[more...]
It started back in college life
Those heady days all on our own
When catching meals was full of strife
And home cooking did we disown
But to prep frozen pot pies was less than your due
Though what else could you really produce?
The years without you were not found wanting.
Until, that day, when we were so blue…[more...]
Learning to cook can be a little intimidating even for a young foodie. But a new cookbook published by Tate Publishing – www.tatepublishing.com - takes a little of the fear and trepidation out of the process.
“OMG – Oh My Gosh! I’m In College and I Never Learned to Cook” is written by Hollis Ledbetter, a mom who knows what …[more...]
Would you love me or hate me if I called you a Feinschmecker?
Have you noticed how menus are peppered with words that most people pretend to know because they don’t want to appear stupid.
Here’s a fun article that lists some words that you’re bound to know and a few that you don’t but …[more...]
My dog is turning 2 this Wednesday, April 13th, so we are going to hold a birthday party for her at my sorority house. Now, I’m sure a lot of people think this is stupid because she is just a dog… but since everyone in my sorority really likes her, we thought it …[more...]
This is by far my favorite commercial on TV right now. I don’t know if any of you have seen the commercial, but it is for a new type of pop called Sun Drop (looks similar to Mountain Dew). This commercial features a younger white woman who immediately starts breaking it down once she opens the pop. …[more...]