Introduced to Collard Greens on a lovely day in St. Petersburg. We had never visited the Deuces area of St. Pete and learned about the ethnic/business history of the area at the same time being introduced in a delicious fun setting about the southern favorite Collard Greens. Sponsored in part by Publix, we even received […]
Waiting to get the windshield wiper linkage and motor fixed that was damaged in the Texas Ice Storm. However, we are enjoying our family time and with the rental car, checking out Patagonia, Tubac and Green Valley, Arizona. We purchased the Roasted and Salted Pecans at Green Valley Pecan Farm. Huge operation and acres of […]
Sprouts Market is right across the street from our RV park. Luv that store’s produce. The sign said “Sumo Mandarin”. I had to smile—they were big and even though on sale, the price for the mandarin orange pictured was $1.56 for 1. Yes, it was sweet; a tad less sweet than Cutie clementines; but we […]
It’s been a week since we have been able to stay still; have a lovely campground; wifi; and a motor home prepared meal. As a friend in Oregon proclaims, adventure!!! We have had some including no campsites in Gatlinburg TN area; bumper to bumper traffic in Pigeon Forge; and staying overnight in the Visitors Parking […]
Daughter Stacy says ” Stop, I need to try an In and Out Burger.” On our way to the BioSphere in Oro Valley, AZ, it was time for lunch. The server say our hestation and asked if we had visited before. When we answered no, she proceeded to explain all the menu choices, as […]
Karen’s Quiche’s (Cherry Tomato and Broccoli for today) are the best with the best ingredients-heavy cream, organic free-range eggs and Jarlsberg cheese.
Buy a membership, choose the wines you wish to sample and you are on your way to a very social evening. We also brought the wine to our table and enjoyed the Best Crispy Brussels Sprouts to date. Winery located in Illinois and sources “juice” from all over. Several restaurants around. https://chwinery.com
Of course, Montreal Bagels are famous. We stopped at 2 bakeries, Real Bagels and St. Viateur ( https://www.stviateurbagel.com). Quite a production scene. Huge pile of dough, cut into long ropes, shaped, dipped into honey water, baked in wood burning huge oven, then coated with various seeds. Difference between Montreal and NY bagels: primarily, no salt. Long […]