In January we did a very cold walk at Winnekenni Castle in Haverhill. I would have loved a few of these spicy sweet Limoncello Candied Ginger Scones to eat on the drive home, that’s for sure.
Making a special dessert for Christmas in 2020 brought back so many memories of life in the business world back in the 80s and 90s, and memories of “business lunches” in and around Boston. But I couldn’t not include the recipe that brought these memories back! A simple Berries Pavlova and a sneaky recipe for Strawberries Romanoff if you’re paying attention.
Looking for a family friendly paved trail for kids, family and even leashed dogs? This is it! Great options for parking, pretty scenery, and there are many sections to access from Lowell all the way to Framingham. Plus we found a great place for coffee and tea in Acton!
There is nothing like a tasty dinner baking in the oven to make everyone realize how important dinner is! Looking for a simple bake that has lots of flexibility? Try this italian sausage and potato bake!
An easy and delicious way to make roast beef. Brown it, pop it in the slowcooker and you’ve got a good 6 hours or so to do your thing! Whether it’s a sunday, a weekday or any day in between. And of course how could I not include memories from my own Sunday dinners with family back in the 60s
I love scones, and it’s so hard to find ones that aren’t just a glorified biscuit. This recipe makes slightly sweet, flaky, delicious scones inspired by Beth’s favorite iced caramel latte. What’s not to like?
We just came back from a trip to Upstate NY. Not only did we visit some great wineries, but it inspired me to make a delicious lemony garlic shrimp boil. The perfect summer celebration meal and so easy to make!
I came up with this recipe while thinking about my old standby lemon chicken. But this new twist makes it a warmer, more comforting dish. Quick to put together and why not add my apple sangria on the side?
I’ve been to New Orleans twice, and hope to go again. This post includes my favorite restaurants, favorite memories and an amazing recipe for lemon filled beignets!
As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I grew up on what was considered “the family farm” or as my aunts would have called it, “The Faahm!” They definitely carried that Boston Accent throughout their lives, […]