Folks, we are still in the dark days. I wish I could say that it wasn’t true, but as much as those few beautiful Philly days two weekends ago had me dreaming of summer tomatoes, it;’s just not that time yet. While those of us who are trying to eat seasonally are more than a bit tired winter vegetables, it’s cold and rainy this week … Continue reading Spring is Coming, but until then….
My mother doesn’t actually make cookies – she’s far to healthy for that. But she does make these zucchini cookies, which are moist and delicious and wonderful. You can make these cookies as healthy as you want them to be. You can make them entirely with whole wheat pastry flour (pictured above) and even add some extra flax, like I usually do. You can make … Continue reading Mama Gautsche’s Zucchini Cookies
It’s not easy to get into Honey’s – the line usually stretches out the door, and it’s hard to beat the rush. But if you can get in before your stomach forces you to go somewhere else, it’s worth it. Jewish-comfort-diner food i a cute setting with fresh squeezed orange juice and homemade pies. Though the sandwiches always tempt me, I don’t walk out of … Continue reading Brunch at Honey’s Sit & Eat
I know, I know. I’ve been a terrible blogger, but I have a decent excuse – I’ve been visiting my brother and sister in Europe and Morocco. Anyone who says that you can’t eat well as a vegetarian in Morocco is talking crazy, and in a few days I will prove it. Until then, hurryto sign up for this great fundraiser for my favorite local … Continue reading Negligent blogging, and an invitation