Rustic Peach Tart recipe is the simplest of desserts. All of the ingredients that are stocked in our pantry with the one addition of fresh peaches. Serve peaches freshly picked firm and juicy. Be aware that the peach juice is ready and willing to drip down as you reach in for a bite. Continue reading “Rustic Peach Tart”
Recipe box treasures are priceless. In my favorite old box crammed with tasty treats and delicate morsels, I find tiny treasures. Treasures that make me smile and long to cook. Little scraps of paper that are in various stages new cards printed to handwritten recipes filled in by friends and family. Continue reading “Recipe box treasures”
Paddle boards- Dolphins want play? Last week we welcomed the opportunity to visit with my Louisiana family in Destin for a couple of days. My excitement was at an all time high just thinking about paddling in that beautiful water called the Emerald Coast. Continue reading “Paddle boards- Dolphins want play ?”
Local Paddle Group is an idea that I should have had long ago. From the first time that I discovered the paddle board concept, I was intrigued with the idea. Water, sun, fun, friends and exercise? From day one the need to paddle stayed with me until I eventually tried it. Continue reading “Local Paddle Group”
Fig Chess Pie recipe is a dish that just flows very naturally. On the Gulf Coast in June the figs start ripening. The sweet fruit that seemed so odd to me as a child is a delicacy now. Sticky and sweet figs are a welcome treat to pop in your mouth. Preserves, candied, served with gourmet cheese or add to a pie or appetizer, figs are versatile. Continue reading “Fig Chess Pie Recipe”
Atlanta- 30 hours Roadtripping is a short adventure with our Houston friends UK and Little Italy. Road trip designed and all about a girl and her guitars. Surprising right? Our group loves music and apparently we don’t mind hopping a plane or SUV to take in a concert.