All Posts in the ‘Twisting the classics’ Category

A healthy take on county fair food… And an Ethiopian treat

Gosh, I love holidays like today. Parker has school. I don’t have work. Could there […]

And now I give you… the guacapedo!

Admittedly, I’m not sure how this one will go over. And there is the potential […]

Sliding into the weekend with the easiest sliders ever

I finally got myself to the grocer yesterday and decided to pick up some frozen […]

Sushi with lettuce? Yes. With a cream cheese tease

  Last night’s book signing and chat with Rachael Ray was a blast. We met […]

Just so we can all agree… No dried apricots ever again. Ever.

I will be the first to say that today’s lunch kind of sucks. Parker probably […]

Not only does he eat lunch, he also does laundry!

Parker was home for the holiday yesterday. But since I had to work, it seemed […]

Beating the peanut butter blues… with pumpkin seeds

I’ve been on a pumpkin seed binge lately. Must be something seasonal. In addition to […]

It’s time for Thanksgiving and Hanukkah, of course

Fall is a strange time in our home. To outsiders, we always seem a bit […]

Never wake a sleeping child. Never ask why he ate the arugula.

In my experience, two critical rules for good parenting. Because no good could come from […]

Sorry, I don’t do cocktail umbrellas…

Yesterday was a rainy mess, though we made the best of it with books, a […]