Welcome back to my two-part series on Tailgating. The first post talked about logistics. Today’s concentrates on the food. There are a few things that impact your tailgate menu: 1) Game time – is it time for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner? 2) Distance traveling to the game – can dishes be made at home and carried to […]
Last Wednesday, I has the pleasure of attending ” A Conversation with the Barefoot Contessa”, an interview session with local radio personality Belinda Skelton, right here in Atlanta. Here are a few thoughts and takeaways…..
A soup and salad lunch for the girls – lots of delicious favorites – capped off with chocolate molten cakes. What a fun afternoon!
Be it ever so humble………..It’s great to be back home! As you probably noticed – I took August off, from the blog. It wasn’t intentional. I was out of town helping my mom recuperate from knee replacement surgery. I had planned to publish a few posts, but between working part time, remotely, and acting as […]
This month’s dinner party was a goodbye party for a friend who’s moving away.We’d had a string of over 9o degree days for I don’t know how long. S, I opted for a cold dinner. The only dish to be cooked was my Picnic Chicken.