Santa brought us basement full of sewage this Christmas. I guess we were bad. Really, a lump of coal would have sufficed. But I guess the old boy was gunning for us. So we’re ringing in the new year with new pipes. Fortunately the guys digging up our pavement didn’t find any bones or archeological relics, or else some historic commission or a poltergeist would have prevented us from using the facilities in peace. It’s nice to be back in the 19th century again – we have functioning plumbing. Happy New Year!
Turkey Stroganoff is a meal you can make in less than 30 minutes, using up leftover turkey from your holiday dinner. After all the time spent in the kitchen over the holidays, it’s nice to have an option you can quickly throw together that’s tasty. Continue reading →
I spied this little gem on 10th & Carpenter Streets a few weeks ago, someone put this out on the curb for the trash men . I believe it was Versace’s inspiration for the iconic green dress J Lo wore at the 2000 Grammy Awards Show!
The neighbors on South 13th Street in South Philly do Christmas right! Thousands of lights, inflatables, and a live Santa line their street every year. Hundreds of people stroll up the street taking in the sights, and snapping photos. Merry Christmas!
This year’s cookie selection! Clockwise from the top: Caramel Cappuccino Cookies, Black & White Brownies, Ricotta Cookies, Lemon Butter Cookies, Butterscotch Blondies, Sprinkle Cookies. Use the search function if you’re interested in the recipes.
I always like to add something a bit unusual into my Christmas cookie boxes. These butterscotch blondies are dense, chewy, and rich. A bowl and a wooden spoon are all the equipment you need to mix up this batch of butterscotchy goodness! Continue reading →