If you’re looking for an absolutely delicious light meal to serve your family and guests year-round…this is it! Chicken Cutlet with Blueberry Bleu Cheese Salad!
Tag: Rob Kircher
Here’s my take on this simple but satisfying family favorite, along with homemade french fries and coleslaw!
When visiting our daughter Jen and her girls (Sophie & Georgia) over Memorial Day weekend in Upstate New York, she hosted a holiday family picnic.As I have mentioned before, Georgie, aged 14 is a fabulous baker so of course she was put in charge of dessert. We racked our brains trying […]
Even though we live in Florida where it’s seems like the endless Summer, we do have seasons as slight as they are. But now there were in June, I think back to the many fond memories of living in the Hamlet of Pultneyville, New York o the shores of Lake […]
The first time I ever tasted Linguini with clam sauce was when we were skiing near the tiny village of Cortina in the Dolomite Mountains of Northern Italy in 1972. We were young, athletic and daring and loved the beautiful but treacherous skiing conditions of that famous resort. It was there where we ran into Penny Marshall and Art Garfunkel in the dining room of the 4-star Hotel Cortina d’Ampezzo.
Many years ago I found a mixed berry version in Bon Appetit Magazine and since all kinds of berries were plentiful in early summer in Upstate New York, I thought I would give it a try. SUCCESS! I served it at a family picnic and everyone accused me of buying it from a bakery.
Last year for Mother’s Day, my husband Rob wouldn’t let me lift a finger! He was wonderful. Got up early and made coffee. Got my newspaper. Prepared all the meals. Cleaned up the kitchen. Absolutely everything! The best was going to the beach when he opened the cooler and pulled out a pitcher of Fresh Watermelon Mojitos! As we toasted the horizon, he presented me with a simple white card on which he wrote, “Easy Love!” I’ll never forget it.
After Rob graduated from NYU, we left NYC and moved back to our hometown of Rochester, NY to be close to family and friends. Living in New York was quite an experience for a pair of impoverished newlyweds, but a time we wouldn’t ever trade. We lived in the suburbs […]