In Confectionary, For Children, Fruits on October 27, 2009 at 11:59 am
I am always amazed when stores start displaying Halloween merchandise in August. A part of me grunts “don’t rush it people! Enjoy the rest of the summer!” while I secretly start to giggle at the prospect of gobblins and witches knocking at the door on Halloween night. Halloween is not part of our rituals where I am from … [read more]
In Fish and Seafood, For Children on October 25, 2009 at 10:29 am
Ian got so lucky to be born in the winter, because Autumn is just the best season ever for a person to taste food for the first time. People ask me when the perfect time of the year is to come to Lyon to visit, and hands down I always say Autumn. The vegetables we get at the end of summer are still out in their glory and even better, then come the big pumpkin-like squash varieties sold in thick wedges … [read more]
From Lucy’s Kitchen Notebook
In Confectionary, For Children, Snacks on October 17, 2009 at 5:34 pm
Have you heard? It’s autumn. Officially autumn. There may still be a few heirloom tomatoes resting on your counter, in all their shiny glory. They might even be sitting next to a bowlful of downy peaches throwing off their luscious scent. But, listen, the calendar is clear: it’s fall … [read more]
From The Kitchen Sink
In Dairy and Eggs, For Children on October 2, 2009 at 4:56 pm
I was sitting in my office when a beautiful dame walked in. Alexandra from Chez Sven B&B in Cape Cod.
‘Looking for someone?’ I asked.
‘For Lefty or for Godot? It makes a difference’ … [read more]
From The Frugal Kiwi