Category Archives: Delicious dishes

My Wonderful Neighbors

A few days ago, my doorbell rang, and there was my next door neighbor with her son, about twelve years old. They brought in three bags. I found all these groceries plus some bottled water and bananas. When I asked … Continue reading

Posted in Delicious dishes | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Hunker down with low calorie banana bread.

This recipe is from my cookbook, There IS Life After Lettuce, which I designed for heart patients and diabetics as my husband has heart problems and my two co-authors, Pepper Durcholz and Alberta Gentry (now deceased) were diabetic. It is … Continue reading

Posted in Delicious dishes | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Celebrating Mardi Gras Kid Style

Last Wednesday at the Village Library, where I tutor, the director, Lola Nelson-Spay, told the kids about Mardi Gras. She mentioned the King Cake, which is traditionally served. A bead, a coin or a tiny baby doll to represent Jesus … Continue reading

Posted in Delicious dishes | Tagged , | Leave a comment

What do they eat in Catalonia?

While writing my next book, Forgotten Princess, I  have been researching what would be served for dinner in Barcelona, where I have set a scene at the mansion of Prince Arturo and Princess Elizabetta. They are part of the royal … Continue reading

Posted in Delicious dishes | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Night of Romance at Haltom City Library

As one of twelve romance authors, on Valentine’s Day, I sat at a table with my books on display. I had copies of two books from publishers and five self-published books.  Beside them sat my plate of miniature chocolate croissants … Continue reading

Posted in Delicious dishes | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Sweets for Your Sweetheart

Eight bakers assembled in one kitchen on Sunday, February 9th,  to make cookies for Valentine’s Day.  And one was a guy named Andy. I joined my daughters, Helen Elliott, and Diane Williamson with their other friends, Laura, Kimbra, Alicia, and … Continue reading

Posted in Delicious dishes | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

HIGH HOPES

It is still winter, but my iris bulbs are shooting leaves up while my yard fairy stands guard. They did not bloom the first year after I planted them, but I have high hopes. I also have high hopes for … Continue reading

Posted in Delicious dishes | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment