Leisurely weekend mornings are few and far between anymore, but when we’re not rushing to sporting events and other activities, my family enjoys going out for breakfast/brunch. We especially enjoy dining at local eateries with lots of character as often as we can.
Think about it. If you are craving Italian food, you go to an Italian restaurant. When you’re parched and want a specialty latte, you stop by the local coffee shop.
The summer days I treasured most were the ones that conspicuously lacked the usual scheduled activities, appointments, pressing errands and a never-ending to do list.
A Mexican restaurant also serves German food? Skeptical, if not downright confused? What could be the reason for mixing those two ethnicities under one restaurant roof? Well, there’s a little story…
Lately, my kids and I have been experimenting with making fruit smoothies at home. We’ve tried an array of concoctions that included milk, yogurt, ice, assorted fruits, juices, etc. Sometimes I land the perfect combination; other times, well, not so much
After living for five years in Alabama, barbeque became another food group for me. Though I no longer eat it weekly, the craving for it gets the best of me every once in a while.