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.
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
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.
I take great risk in admitting that Valentine’s Day is my least favorite holiday. Actually, I should refer to it as a celebration or observance rather than an official holiday.