The temperature is down to the 60s and 70s suddenly. From record breaking heat to comfortably cool, it’s fall. Fall doesn’t last long here; winter moves in fast. Snow in October isn’t unusual. Up North we dig out our coats, boots and gloves and shrug. Life goes on, it just takes us longer to get dressed. We wear layers because it might be 70° during the day but it can drop to 30° as the sun goes down.. Continue reading
I hadn’t made red eye gravy in years, and I was craving it this year after Easter. The baked ham produced a nice cup of drippings that were calling out to be used. I wanted bits of ham in the gravy, served over white rice. I could imagine the flavors, the aroma while the gravy was cooking. Yum to the third degree! I’m finally getting around to posting it! Continue reading
It was a dark and stormy night… no, really it was. There was a lot of wind, blowing snow, and I was not in the mood to dine out with my P.S. (Personal Shopper/ hubby). I had a head of cauliflower that needed to be used and a desire for soup. But I was lazy so I searched the freezer for packets of frozen diced peppers and celery. Half of my work was done!