Monthly Archives: June 2012
4th Flag Fondue As promised yesterday I’m sharing this very simple and fun dessert idea for the Fourth of July. My kids had so much fun helping make this and I must say- the photos don’t do it justice! Fondue and kebabs … Continue reading
When a good friend told me that there was going to be an online picnic event for the 4th of July I wanted to be a part of it. I adore picnics! There just aren’t enough opportunities to enjoy three … Continue reading
My kids have always seemed to love to dip things. When my son Max was just a little guy we dined at restaurant that served fresh vegetables and dip. He absolutely LOVED it, but was really using the vegetables as a spoon for the … Continue reading
There are few words that seem to elicit the excitement like the word “bacon“. It seems like bacon is the new chocolate. Many of my friends (you know who you are!) are self confessed baconaholics. Not only do they start their … Continue reading
For the June Episode of Hometown on WJCT I had the opportunity to interview Stephen Dimare of the Hyppo on Hypolita Street in Saint Augustine. I accidentally discovered his shop a few years ago when I took the Savory Faire … Continue reading
I hope you enjoy this new video that I helped with for WJCT- the PBS station for North East Florida. It will be airing during the morning programming for their younger audiences.
To be honest the first time I tried this in Hawaii I wasn’t overly impressed. It isn’t nearly as sweet as what most people consider a dessert, it isn’t savory, and it doesn’t really have that strong of a flavor. … Continue reading