Posts Tagged ‘mushrooms’

What is it about mom’s cooking that makes it undeniably better?  For starters, it means that someone else is doing the cooking.  At the heart of it, the best mom food comes from perfected recipes that they’ve served over and again, conjuring memories and nurtured comfort. But mom cooking more … Read More

I was told this week, by my 15 yearold son, that he needs more protein in his diet and hearty meals to feed his strong hunger brought on by grueling basketball practices and weight training.  I like to think we’ve aided his growth all along.  He’s 6’4″, an anomaly in … Read More

I still have my grandmother’s bent up metal spatula and, until a few months ago, her garlic press which was only capable of mashing cloves into wafer thin slabs that still required my mincing by knife. I wasn’t close to my dad’s mother who often showed her love through military … Read More

Nobu Malibu is a coastal restaurant scene for very cool, rich people.  We are not those people.   But, we are hungry food types who crave what we can’t, what we shouldn’t, what we mustn’t have. And making it all more tempting is that this Nobu is different from the … Read More

After returning from summer camp, Griffin declared June is like Friday, July is Saturday and August is ..Sunday (sigh, pout). Summer’s not over and August is no school night, dude. With that I declared – confident I am the most fun mom on the planet – it’s barbecue week.  Wait, … Read More

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