Yesterday was our first substantial snowfall, meaning it didn’t flurry for five minutes and stop. To celebrate, I made muffins with what I had on hand – which were apples leftover from a cake I made, and carrots which were passed over in favor of steamed broccoli for last night’s dinner. These muffins are sweet, moist, and perfectly spiced with crunchy tops – it’s what’s for breakfast! Continue reading
My favorite tree on the way to work. The sun was hitting it just right so I pulled out my camera and took some texture shots. A little bit of this and that in a photo editor and there you have it.
Tina shot a few frames from the corner of Broad and Locust Streets back in what may be the fall of 1981. Note the poster pasted to the pole for a show at JC Dobbs.
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When the temperatures dip, I’m all about making soups and stews. But you need a little something to go with them – like these breadsticks. They’re soft, and airy, and when served warm out of the oven – absolutely divine! Continue reading
Tremendous news — the enormous electric boot is back on Broad! It’s been fully restored and illuminated! Continue reading
Shot Tower and The Emanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church which is now The Phat Quang Buddhist Temple way down Washington Avenue shot from way up Washington Avenue with a long lens.
I found this gem in the New York Times – Easy-As-Pie Apple Cake. It was such a hit, I made it twice in one week! The mark of a good apple cake is if it’s breakfast worthy – this one is, I did the research myself. Continue reading