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Edinburgh Farmers Market – Jazz and Memories in the Shadow of Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Farmers Market – Jazz and Memories in the Shadow of Edinburgh Castle

The Edinburgh farmers market had everything: produce, cheese, a bridal couple, dogs, paella, olives, breads…a plethora of products and people-watching.

Farmers Market in New Orleans – the Real Deal

Farmers Market in New Orleans – the Real Deal

The NOLA farmers market: no tchotchkes, doodads, gewgaws, knickknacks or trinkets here, just fine NOLA foodstuffs, friendly folks, and some fantastic music.

National Farmers Market Week!

National Farmers Market Week!

Show me a farmers market and I’ll show you authentic growers and artisans, folks who care about what we put in our bodies, lovingly making products by hand.

Austin Farmers’ Market Bounty: Locavore Luxury

Austin Farmers’ Market Bounty: Locavore Luxury

Locavore luxury. Simple pleasures. Austin farmers’ market treasures.

3-1-1 Balsamic-Honey-Dijon Dressing, or 3-1-2 for the Kicked Up Version

3-1-1 Balsamic-Honey-Dijon Dressing, or 3-1-2 for the Kicked Up Version

A super-simple salad dressing with a tangy kick that gets your taste buds to sit up and take notice.  

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries, Bacon and Bacon-Jalapeño Jam

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries, Bacon and Bacon-Jalapeño Jam

Almost blackened, these Brussels sprouts are spicy-sweet-tart-crunchy-soft yumminess and perfect for the holiday table.

Eating “As Low on the Food Chain as You Can”

Eating “As Low on the Food Chain as You Can”

Warning – this might be a rant. Many moons ago, back when I still listened to AM radio, I heard a physician on a call-in show called “Ask the Doctor” make a pronouncement about food and healthy eating, and it stuck with me: Eat as […]

We Learned How to Smoke Trout! Here’s the Recipe

We Learned How to Smoke Trout! Here’s the Recipe

Bounty from a fishing trip inspires us to learn how to smoke trout. Yum!

Fruit Salad Slaw (not as weird as it sounds)

Fruit Salad Slaw (not as weird as it sounds)

A delicious slaw even the vegetable-hating Glover Gardens Grill-Meister will eat.

Misto, a Kitchen Tool We Love for Paninis and More

Misto, a Kitchen Tool We Love for Paninis and More

This is a short post to share with you a tool that we love – an olive oil sprayer.

Good Vibrations and Simplicity

Good Vibrations and Simplicity

The bike was poised and ready to go, an analog transporter waiting in the Gulf Coast sun to take someone somewhere.

“Aunt Kim, do you have any Paris suggestions?” Indeed, I do!!!

“Aunt Kim, do you have any Paris suggestions?” Indeed, I do!!!

A few tips about what to do in Paris if you only have a couple of days. Walk, look and listen!

Arepas Revisited, with Input from Edinburgh and The Pleasant Peasant

Arepas Revisited, with Input from Edinburgh and The Pleasant Peasant

A multinational look at arepas, the traditional Venezuelan bread stuffed with various fillings. They are a big hit at the Edinburgh Farmer’s Market.

Tom’s Spicy Tomato Juice

Tom’s Spicy Tomato Juice

Spicy homemade tomato juice is easy to make and good for you! Just add vodka for the perfect Bloody Mary.

April in Paris: Rue des Martyrs

April in Paris: Rue des Martyrs

Rue des Martyrs in Paris has a neighborhood feel and marvelous array of food and flower shops. It might just be the perfect street.

Who Wants to Cook on Friday Night?  Not Me!

Who Wants to Cook on Friday Night? Not Me!

An easy-peasy smorgasbord is the treat-yourselves antidote to Friday night cooking.

Chipotle Chicken Salad

Chipotle Chicken Salad

Quick and easy Chipotle Chicken Salad is a great for a tailgate party while also being a foodie-worthy appetizer.

Small Business Saturday – Buy Local

The Saturday after Thanksgiving is Small Business Saturday, a fitting reminder to “shop small” after the Black Friday frenzy.  (I wasn’t in that frenzy, but have seen the reports.  Shudder.) I love to head to the Tomball Farmers’ Market on Small Business Saturday and visit […]

Creamy Butternut Squash Soup with a Hint of Cumin

Creamy Butternut Squash Soup with a Hint of Cumin

Simple, creamy butternut squash soup that even vegetable haters will eat.

Simple Autumn Side: Baked Acorn Squash

Simple Autumn Side: Baked Acorn Squash

It’s a beautiful Saturday morning here in Southeast Texas, and we’re headed out to the Farmers’ Market to see what bounty it holds for us.  A recent trek yielded acorn squash, which resulted in a marvelous side dish for roast chicken. So delicious, even the […]


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