Category Archives: Holidays

FINLAND IN THE HOUSE

kelsey2Souvenirs: Some world travelers keep diaries listing places they’ve been and sights seen. Maybe the photos and words jar memories of happy times but sometimes an aroma or a taste of a meal shared with loved ones can also trigger those memories.

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BOURBON, BEER, BBQ – BLOW TORCH, TOP HAT AND DRONE INCLUDED

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Land-locked: A canoe filled with a wide variety of beverages, primarily craft beer was just one of the eye-popping abstract concepts put to use at a barbecue hosted at the home of Rick Norman and Sissy Starr Norman.

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THAT TIME OF YEAR WHEN CELEBRATIONS COLLIDE

What’s the holiday du jour? Well, having gotten through the edible hoover fests of Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas, and New Years we are once again faced with the frenzy of a February Food Frolic.

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RAISING CULINARY MINDED KIDS

Breakfast in bed, might be your kids idea of a Mother’s Day treat. Scrambled eggshell omelet, burned toast and cereal with orange juice added for flavor, were some memorable dishes from the past.

Does this ring a bell with anyone? Kid’s learn from what they experience in their homes, and an important point here, they learn to love food from those who teach them to do so.

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2014 EYE OPENING FOOD: 2015 WILL BE INCREDIBLE

The process of writing about food is often like going on a blind date. The hope for a mutual attraction, a little something in common, and maybe a good time is what you’re looking for. Tasting several dishes cooked by the kitchen crew of a restaurant is no different. You hope for something delicious, food that has been prepared properly and maybe, if you’re lucky you get an unexpected taste experience to write about.

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