This Danish notion of coziness or comfort comes from long evolved experience in how to live in and truly care for your surroundings, be that your living room or your country. [Read More]
Saft is a delicious berry concentrate that is enjoyed throughout Scandinavia. It is generally non-alcoholic but is enjoyed mixed with spirits or in the bottom of a glass of champagne as much as it is enjoyed as a refreshment served simply with sparkling water. [Read More]
It’s hard to believe it’s been over a month since I’ve been back from an epic trip to Europe which I shared with Nancy for 2 weeks in England, and then soloed in England, France, Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden. The details are starting to fade, so it’s time to write it all down, based on […]
One of the reasons why I love this dish is because it allows me to utilize the bounty that our special place on the coast provides for all of us. [Read More]
How lucky we are to live here and be in life with this community.
Last Saturday, the mainstream media reported with glee and fanfare that the world had signed a climate change pact that would save itself from certain destruction. [Read More]
Collard greens are a staple to any soul food meal. Many times it can be the lengthiest part of the meal, but also the most satisfying. [Read More]
You hear that making cheese is an art. It is. But I’ll tell you a secret: some recipes are really easy. [Read More]
Farms used to be centers of community and family. Neighbors would gather in houses, barns and fields to celebrate holiday and hold harvest dances, memorials and weddings. [Read More]
Back in the good old, bad old days of the 1960s, Britain’s very few motorways or freeways, were serviced by old-fashioned petrol stations and even more old fashioned transport café’s, known in London as “Caff’s” or more generally “Trannys”.