Tag: photography

52 sundays; may 5, 2013

The Professor and I are headed to St. Louis today to attend the funeral of a very dear friend we lost last month; I’m going to write a bit more about Mary Gayle later, but suffice it to say that she was a bright, bright light in a sometimes very […]

KIMCHI BRUSSEL SPROUTS

Oh Kimchi, where have you been all my life??! Living in the Midwest doesn’t allow for many ‘international’ choices on the food front; and even though I spent most of my early years on the West Coast, I have to admit Kimchi was no where on my radar – the pungent […]

52 sundays; january 13, 2013

We hope wherever you are, you have the opportunity to pause for a moment and celebrate this day. And remember: always love with reckless abandon, dance in your underwear – and laugh often – especially at your own self . . . here’s to second cups of coffee ~ Thanks […]

CEDAR SALMON WITH BERRY SAUCE

Hollywood has a way of making lasting impressions; having never traveled to California wine country, I’ll admit that visions of Falcon Crest (for those of you old enough to remember the show) painted a picture that wine was only for certain people – the uppercrust.

52 sundays; december 30, 2012

We finally received a decent amount of snow here in the Midwest – nearly a foot out in the country where we live and more is on the way. We’re also puppy-sitting for this little cutie – she’s the last of the litter and is working her way into our […]

52 sundays; october 28, 2012

The Professor and I love visiting the West Coast and it’s not until I’m actually there breathing salty water, watching the boats bob about and hearing the screech of the seagulls that I realize how much I miss it.

52 sundays; october 21, 2012

The Professor and I are in beautiful Seattle once again – we’re finishing up a couple of projects with Shauna and Danny and had the pleasure of spending a Saturday visiting friends for a day of cider pressing.

52 sundays; october 14, 2012

The Professor and I are on the road today heading to Virginia as part of Sabra’s Tastemaker program. In the meantime, I thought I’d share a few of our favorite photos from our recent trip to Upstate New York for the Longhouse Writer’s Revival.

BARN

We’ve been very fortunate to do quite a bit of traveling these past few months and one of those trips included heading to Upstate New York to attend a Longhouse Food Revival. The Professor and I weren’t quite sure what to expect . . . creator and visionary, Molly O’Neill made […]

TOMATO JAM

[grooveshark width=”250″ height=”40″ id=”23174030″ style=”metal”] Musical pairing – Draw the Line by David Gray It seemed like a good idea at the time. My first foray into gardening was embraced with both enthusiasm and determination – everyone knows that one must first scope out the space, then plot and mark […]