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July 4, 2016

 Often when I have leftover anything I wonder what I can do with it. In this case, it was leftover bones from a roast. "Surely," I thought, "these bones cou...

July 4, 2016

 Because Thanksgiving was just two of us at Cherokee Crossing, I decided to try a new recipe with a smaller turkey. And in lieu of a 6 hour cooking affair,...

Publix was having a sale on pork butt, and Nashville was calling for six inches of snow. Banking on a snow day and wanting to experiment in the kitchen, I a...

July 4, 2016

 I made these for Ryan and Casey one night in the VFW and received a text from Casey an hour later: "Nailed it." The last time I made them, I sent this pic...

July 4, 2016

Totally converted to mashed cauliflower with this recipe. I craved them all week long and didn't feel guilty like when I have leftover mashed potatoes. I've...

July 3, 2016

Although I made homemade pasta in Chicago with Will, I figured I would never be so inclined as to buy my own pasta machine and make my own pasta on a regula...

July 3, 2016

Casey called me one day to announce she had found the best Thai restaurant “in the history of ever.” My hyperbolic friend drove me out to Antioch to a resta...

July 3, 2016

Korean BBQ is becoming more and more popular; I see it on Food Network, jars of marinades in the grocery store. . . Lucky Robert and I grew up on this stuff...

As teachers, we are not supposed to have favorites. But somehow these three characters: Jack, Sam, and Wilson grabbed hold of my heart and made my laugh mor...

July 3, 2016

For years, it was Ina Garten on “Barefoot Contessa” - my favorite time of day, an escape to the Hamptons for recipe testing and walking on the beach. But I’...

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