Retired friends traveled the US in their 5th wheel for 9 years and settled in Sebring Florida. Reconnecting has been fun. The bonus is discovering Florida beyond Tampa/St. Pete. This time we arranged to meet at Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales, Florida. (Yes, there are still rolling fields of citrus in Florida—here they are.) […]
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EaGreat veggies with mimimal work. Found in frozen veggie section at several Walmarts. Great side with pan-roasted salmon or by itself for a quick lunch.
Missing a lot of items in my newly moved into kitchen, so I flavored the sautéed onions, carrots, celery with fresh garlic, dried thyme, salt and pepper and ketchup. Sprinkled flour to sautéed veggies, poured over some beef broth (from Better Than Bouillon). Simmered till carrots were done. Added frozen peas. Then topped with previously […]
Shopping in the produce market in Tarpon Springs, Fl ( a Greek-majority community), this dense zucchini was called a Greek Zucchini. Now shopping and cooking in Tucson, AZ, I am surprised to find it labeled Mexican Zucchini. Will the real genus of this zucchini be revealed? Zucchini – Wikipedia
Plymouth Michigan is my latest favorite. Warm October evening, residents walking around town square observing hay bale sculptures, folk eating at outdoor restaurant areas and the biggest surprise was a grocery store housed in a former historical post office building. Westborn Market is worth a visit. We chose some ready-made salads and ate outside on […]
And me without a stove. The fun of farmers markets is to chat with farmers and view wonderful veggies and fruits from that region—samples are always appreciated.
Surprising north country town on water, perfect for walking. Vibrant downtown with lots of restaurants, old churches, murals+ 3D murals (like the one in the photo on the side of the public library). Lunch at a French Bistro, Quiche and Crepe, with authentic Normandy Quiche and a crispy crust (my requirement in lieu of soggy […]
Lots of flavor, 45 seconds in microwave! www.veggiesmadegreat.com/
Summer Whitehouse in 1926 for President Coolidge. Comfy rustic setting. Great meeting place for friends from various NY locations. Lots of fun cooking and eating together. Playing pool and bowling in the 2 “wooden” lanes. Kayak or canoes provided. https://www.whitepinecamp.com