Two of the things I've always loved about Rob is that he understands my love for old houses and has many handy skills useful for maintenance. (In fact, he fixed the toilet in my first post-college apartment on our first date. What a guy!) He also loves to browse through antique shops.
Here's another release from Frieda's Specialty Produce, this one about blood oranges.
Just a reminder, Frieda's will host a Produce University session about specialty citrus fruits from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Feb. 26 at local Schnucks stores. It's a free event, and you'll get free samples and recipes, as well.
For a Valentine's Day dinner, last night Rob and I had steak and this yummy sweet potato side dish from my Gooseberry Patch cookbook, "Homemade Christmas." I'll be honest, a recipe with both "honey" and "sweet" in
Today, I'm thinking I need to take a moment and say hooray for Friday.
The three local Schnucks stores are hosting a Produce University class Saturday, Feb. 26. It will feature free samples, recipe ideas and specialty citrus brochures.
Because that’s coming up, Frieda’s Specialty Produce has sent information to post on my blog about different kinds of citrus. The first press release is all about Meyer lemons. It’s below.
If you remember, Dena Strong is a local cook who’s been featured in my blog posts and feature stories.
She’s become a regular commenter on my blog, which I love because she’s got such good ideas.
My talented, baking coworker Erin Lippitz has written another installment of "Takes the Cake" for this blog. Cake on a stick - it's genius. Let me just say, don't read this blog if you don't want to end up craving cake.