Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com Are you trying to push Covid-19 behind you? I am. Especially since I'm awaiting a test to see if I'm positive or not. Hopefully, not. A family member who tested positive is asymptomatic but everyone in the household decided to get a test. So, while we're waiting and isolating,… Continue reading 12 New Year’s Eve Traditions Around the World
Five years after my youngest became a vegan, I now have another vegan son who has a wonderful girlfriend who is also vegan. I began cooking vegan style for the youngest some time ago. My oldest son, David and his girlfriend, Laura 'veganize' all sorts of foods while educating people on their YouTube site titled… Continue reading Beginning a New Tradition with Tamales-Vegan Style!
We haven't put up one Christmas bulb or decoration yet, but I am thinking of how to make Christmas more special this year. When I say special, I mean remembering that "Christ," is in the word "Christmas." The wheels began turning last night when I wandered through department stores looking for Christmas cards that… Continue reading 20 Ways to Celebrate Before Christmas
Last weeks tamale making party (la tamalada) included nieces, nephews, grandkids, and great grandkids. We made the traditional (Mexican) red chile with pork, green tomatillo sauce with pork, and Anaheim chiles and cheese. We added a couple of twists to the tradition this year. This is the first time I made my own masa (dough)… Continue reading A Twist to Traditional Tamales