Category Archives: Cooking

A Taste of Hungary 2017

The day was excessively hot when you consider that it is mid-September and the heat unexpected. My thoughts went completely to an outdoor pool. That wasn’t happening. The early afternoon was at a Memorial Service for a neighbor who suddenly, … Continue reading

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A Cherry Pitter that really works!

When a friend of mine told me about a cherry pitter that works, I had to play the role of ‘Doubting Thomas.’ I have seen my share of cherry pitters in my day and frankly none of them has reasonably … Continue reading

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An unforgettable ‘Chez Mikey’ dinner party

Although there were more actual differences between our dinner party, than similarities with ‘Babette’s Feast,’ I could not help thinking, as the party unfurled, that I was experiencing something that was extremely memorable and that would remain in my memory … Continue reading

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You really think that that is Garlic Bread?

Sometimes, blogging subjects must be very mundane, almost boring. If you don’t like to eat, however, you will find this excessively boring. This is a subject that has been bothering me for years, but it has been one of those … Continue reading

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Francies

One wonders, “What will people remember me by?” I am guessing that not all of us think of that, but I do. I don’t know if that is good or bad. Saturday, MK and I did assembly line production of … Continue reading

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