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Banana Gems

This morning I’m staring at a pair of rotten bananas and can’t bring myself to throw them out. I usually do but this morning, I felt particularly guilty. ¬†As I was searching in my pantry for what I had to work with – I found an unopened jar of Nutella and a half used bag […]

Easy Waffles

Some mornings just beg to be celebratory. A morning where you get up and linger to enjoy the world around you. The joy of sunshine, those who are seated around the table and the food on the table. This was such a morning. The beginning of a three day holiday weekend. My husband and my […]

Chocolate Crepes

I remember Mother’s Days of years gone by when my little girls would make me breakfast in bed. They would make me lie in bed while they were whispering and hustling in the kitchen. The three of them would parade in carrying a tray of toast, cereal and a flower picked from the garden. We […]

plated kugel

Today is a melancholy day – this week would have been Nonnie’s birthday. Two years ago, Nonnie left us for a better place. It was her time and she left behind warm memories and a large footprint on everyone’s life. Nonnie was my girls’ Jewish grandmother always making traditional Jewish foods like mandel bread, matzo […]

slices

I’m having a hard time starting this post… Hubby is sitting next to me moaning between bites… “This bread is killer…this bread is evil…I could eat the whole thing right now…this is the best thing you’ve ever made” See what I mean? He’s so distracting sometimes! Truth is – this bread IS killer and it […]

blintzserving

This is a recipe full of memories which crosses many chapters in my life. Today I’m a bit melancholy and misty-eyed as I remember my (ex) Mother-in-Law who passed a year ago would make blintzes for the Jewish celebrations and my own Mother who now suffers from dementia, used this recipe to make Palatschinke, a […]

greenplate2

It’s National Waffle Day! Typically I don’t do ‘National Days’ but for some reason as I was perusing Twitter, I saw the mention of National Waffle Day. At this point, I was wishy-washy over what we were going to have for dinner… I opened the frig and found bacon, blackberries and buttermilk. Tonight we’re having […]

raspberry swirl

Today I give you an easy recipe that celebrates the flavors of the season! Peaches! Oh my – the peaches this year are ripe, juicy and full of flavor. I can’t keep enough in the house…they just disappear. Here’s a fabulous cold peach ‘soup’ recipe to start out your week. I demonstrated cold soups this […]

Banana Gems

Did you ever have a recipe that you completely forgot about for twenty years? I did! What was I thinking? The other day I called my sister to find out what she’s been up to and she told me that her and the kids were making “Aunt Linda’s Banana Gems”! I blushed for I haven’t […]

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