It's not so hard to eat healthily, if we think about the rainbow of foods available to us.Some delicious raw. Others made more tasty by excellent preparation.I don't feel at all deprived when I get to eat delicious healthy foods. And have discovered that, after eating "clean" for a while, foods that . . .
This is how weird I can get about food.This meal program requires me to eat regularly and steadily every few hours. Protein heavy. No fruits at all. Unlimited veggies of most kinds (but not potatoes of any kind.) No more than 5 grams net carbs every 5 hours. Which is extremely limited.This goes on . . .
Kitchen duties have always been something I’ve had to cram in (or avoid) between time-consuming career responsibilities, travel and necessary down time. I had a very high tolerance for a sinkful of dirty dishes.Until now.I am, for all practical purposes, a housewife. For the very first time. And . . .
We ended our trip on a relaxing note—up early on Monday and a nice, long walk on a beautiful San Francisco morning to Ghirardelli Square, where we had the most delicious cup of hot chocolate. Perfect chocolate and real whipped cream. YUMMY way to start the day.And where I saw a woman who was a dead . . .
The menu for our January reception is just about in place. I did a tssting yesterday, and the food will be yummy!It's kind of fusion cuisine, taking into account our Sicilian heritage, along with our Latin and Florida communities. There won't be a sit-down dinner, but rather lots of food our guests . . .
There's nothing more civilized than the British custom of afternoon tea. I love the ritual of it: the tea pot. The tiny, crustless sandwiches. Petite pastries. Clotted cream.Last week FLH and I sat for a while in the old St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco, now a Westin. Until a few years ago, it had . . .