Food Facts & Lore

Dinner in New England, 17th Century Style

In England and much of Europe, many landowners were practiced trappers and hunters. Those who did not own land lived on vegetables, grain, eggs and milk. The wealthy considered meat to be the core of a wholesome diet. What both classes had in common, however, was their love of beer. It was the family beverage… Continue reading Dinner in New England, 17th Century Style

Family time, Photos, Random Thoughts

Three Words For The New Year

PERSPECTIVE - A wise friend used to say, "Always mind the events of the world. Be informed, but never take your mind off the sweet spot. This, in the end, is your saving grace." Find the sweet spot. Take this decadent New Year's Eve Appetizer, for example. The naked eye was rather assaulted by the unattractive odds… Continue reading Three Words For The New Year

Food Facts & Lore, Monday Magazine

The Monday Mag – Apr 13, 2015

In This Edition Of Our New Weekly Magazine: In The 158 Main Monday Magazine, This Week: - A Few Sweet Facts About Dessert - 10 Food Facts - Some More Shocking Than Others - 3 Tricks To Get Kids To Eat Them Veggies Our Favorite Quote Of The Week - “Though my stomach is only the… Continue reading The Monday Mag – Apr 13, 2015