Monthly Archives: May 2013
Mama’s Little Helper
Sometimes at the end of a long work week, especially a long work week that has been compressed into four days because of a Monday holiday, you just need a giant margarita. Can I get an amen?
The Butcher’s the Poet’s Equal There
“Anyone can escape into sleep, we are all geniuses when we dream, the butcher’s the poet’s equal there.” ~ Emile M. Cioran Recently, I was gifted with a whole prime rib, a generous offering from a friend. I immediately started planning what to do with the meat, as there are only 2 grown people and … Continue reading
This Is Not Your Mama’s Oatmeal
This is not your mama’s oatmeal, unless you grew up in a far different country than I did. My mother was always a fan of oatmeal, but it came in a round box with a picture of a Quaker man in period garb on it. Later on, she bought us boxes of assorted flavors of … Continue reading