I am just shaking my head at how in 27 years some things have come full circle – changing, shifting, transforming in appearance while in their essence just becoming themselves over and over again. That truism surely applies to [...]
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My stepfather, Gene Jacobs, was a delicious cook and his attention to precision in all areas of following a recipe was paramount. He was also a retired civil engineer so the two went hand-in-glove. I unearthed his handwritten recipe for [...]
Again, with Deborah at the helm of The Safe Haven holiday and the contributor of Paul’s Chowder recipe, her wishes are our commands so this little not-so-sweetie was her choice. Just the perfect complement to the chowder. I find [...]
I came across this appetizer recipe of my mother’s and in her handwriting as well. It feels like a whiplash into the 1950s with a modicum of slight changes that we think marry beautifully with Paul’s chowder, especially since [...]
My helper Deborah’s father Paul was a purist when it came to his clam chowder (actually quahog chowder, in Rhode Island-speak). When I saw the direction in which the holiday was heading I was casting about for noshie ideas. [...]
Last week we experienced some really abrupt and ferocious winds coming down off the mountain. Our guests staying in the Maid’s Suite Back mentioned over coffee that I might want to have a look, that they thought ‘a little [...]
I’m going through a muffin kick – who knows why, we just do these things. Anyway, you also know I am about the laziest cook I know so things need to be easy-schmeazy if I am going to be [...]
My dearest Deborah graced me with this drink, and let me tell you, it should come with a warning label – DO NOT DRINK AROUND OPEN FLAMES! She suggests that the brandy and dark rum portions should be [...]
Be inventive and you will be making these for all your friends. The sharper the cheese THE BETTER! I adore smoked gouda, pecorino romano, and gorgonzola. Folks think they are expensive cheese stars but my guest Jackie Hamlin [...]