I guess you could say I live an odd life, when twice in one week the random subject of red bell peppers comes up.
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
If I had to pick the most prominent of my childhood Easter memories, I would have to go with the image of my Italian Nana busy in her kitchen making various types of Easter yeast breads.
I was sitting at my computer thinking, “Hmmm, what should I write about today?”
I got to thinking about a phrase I often heard but didn’t understand. Have you ever used, or heard, the term faith and begorrah?
Spring may be in the air, but it isn’t consistently warm yet. I am still hanging on to a lot of my cold-weather favorites, such as roasted vegetables, and different ways they can be served.
Not too long ago, I was enjoying a family dinner at my mom’s, and my sister said, “Oh no! I forgot the Jell-O salad at home!” It happened to be a lime flavored one, and a big favorite of mine.
More than 25 years ago, I tasted my first bite of noodle kugel and became an instant fan.