Who has time to cook? Many of us do, of course, but I am hearing this question more often these days.
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
I like to eat with my hands (when it’s appropriate). There’s just something so good about getting my mitts on a grilled drumstick, ribs, a hamburger or hot dog, corn-on-the-cob and French fries.
Years ago, I shared some recipes that featured kale, but now that I have some just about every day, I got to thinking maybe I should share some more.
It won’t be all that long before summer is upon us. Might be sooner than we expect, being that our seasons seem to be on the early side lately.
The morning I wrote this column, I noticed a television show about catching shrimp.
I realize it’s not summer yet, but the other day I was amazed at the number of vehicles that looked like they were headed for a camping trip! Not sure which areas have open roads in U.S.
I know I have said this before, but when Easter rolls around I get to thinking of a favorite childhood memory: my Italian Nana baking Easter breads for her after-church guests.