M’m! M’m! Good! Soup Is Good Food

Prior to Covid-19, my friends and I got together twice a month for a yummy potluck in which we would invite residents in our building who mainly depended on programs like Meals on Wheels. After an enjoyable afternoon, we would make sure that each one of them went home with at least four meals to enjoy during the week that we had made prior to the potluck. With Covid-19, we sadly had to stop the potlucks as not to put anyone’s health at risk. However we are still getting together to make meals, only we are now delivering them to their doors.

Apple, Peaches Pumpkin Pie, Who’s Not Ready Holler I!

With summer over I am looking forward from eating the lighter vegetarian fare of salads, light soups and broths, and other typical summer foods like corn on the cob, hamburgers and tacos to the heavier foods that autumn brings. I love making hearty stews, casseroles, pasta dishes and even yummy desserts using fresh apple and…

Football Tailgate Party time

Football season has finally begun. My hometown team, the Seattle Seahawks, won their game against the Atlanta Falcons. Sadly I had to miss the game due to other obligations but I am free for the next few weeks to watch the games on tv or streaming online. Thank heavens for modern technology where we are…

Bring on the football, chips and dips

With September now here, that means that football season is just around the corner. Growing up my family weren’t football fans. We-meaning my mom, Grandma Felix and I- were baseball fans. And our chosen team were the San Diego Padres. But more about that later when baseball season rolls around next summer. As for my…

The Dog Days of Summer: Childhood Memories and Chilling with Melons

The Dog Days of Summer: Childhood Memories and Chilling with Melons When I was younger my family and I often spent the summer visiting our family in Connecticut where my mom grew up. With four adults and two kids, it meant stocking up our motorhome with the needed supplies for the 3 days of driving…