Homemade smoothies can be a quick and healthy snack for kids, but take that term as a controlled experience, not an invitation to a calorie and sugar fest. In my house, some frozen fruit, 100% juice, an 8 ounce glass and a straw go a long way. Use fresh fruit, but frozen fruit is just as good. I tend to use both kinds. I always … Continue reading Sluurpp!
In New York City, sometimes you can hear the birds chirping away and fluttering about, especially in the morning or as you walk down a quite street. With the exception of the pigeons who most likely are walking alongside us with attitude. Gotta respect that. Evolution by way of city life. I try to capture these city birds with my camera as often as I … Continue reading Three Little Birds
When it comes to cheese where does your personal preference lie? Continue reading Cheesy Personality?
Cheese is a dreamy proposition. It is delicious and with so many varieties you can get salty, nutty, aged, soft, hard, sharp, mild, creamy goodness. It makes a piece of bread sing and took cake to another level. Sadly, I am allergic to cheese. I don’t break out in hives, my throat does not close up nor does it do serious damage to my stomach. … Continue reading Cheesy Dreams–Wendy Makes Mozzarella
Every Saturday I cook breakfast for the family and without fail it has to be eggs, papas (that’s potatoes in Spanish) and bacon. I usually bake some hash brown patties and call it day, however lately I have been into making home fries. It is really a simple execution. Use a good quality hard anodized non-stick pan, otherwise you will have more stuck to the … Continue reading Saturday Morning Home Fries
“I had my first heartbreak in my mid-thirties and seem to have become jaded. I don’t feel like I want or need to be in another relationship or date for that matter, but my friends are concerned that it’s been too long (it will be 5 years in June).”
In No Rush
As we are in the midst of a snowstorm here in the Northeast, I dug up some photos I took with my iPhone a few months ago… Continue reading As Winter Snow Embraces Slowly
How much do you use? Continue reading To Garlic or Not to Garlic
The best time I have in the kitchen is when I am getting all my bases started, the prep time as you call it. Slicing peppers and onions, prepping the spices, peeling the veggies, all that believe it or not actually feels very serene to me. More than anything though I love peeling and chopping ajo, that’s Spanish for garlic. I guess because for me … Continue reading Ajo-Best Supporting Flavor
Sometimes when people drive you crazy pull out your imaginary bullentin board, pick them up place them over the side and put a pin on them