The post where I wax philosophical about my favorite summer sandwich

Many years ago, when I was young and athletic, a friend and I decided to embark on a journey whereby we would make the ultimate sandwich. And by young and athletic, it was really more “young” than athletic. But whatever. We saved our money and bought almost every deli meat, cheese, pickle, onion, slice of Read more about The post where I wax philosophical about my favorite summer sandwich[…]

Lemon curd, a goodbye and remembrance

Lemon curd is pretty much what you’d imagine sunshine to look and taste like. I’ve made it a number of times in a number of ways, but tonight’s recipe is something a little different. You see, my wife’s paternal grandmother, my grandmother-in-law, recently passed away after a long life living in Newcastle, England. Given the Read more about Lemon curd, a goodbye and remembrance[…]

The Halloween when I almost punched a guy…and a recipe for roasted pumpkin seeds

The family and I had a great time celebrating some of the traditions of Halloween. These include trick-or-treating, watching a toddler in a bee costume melting down on a driveway because why not, carrying said toddler home to watch a PBS program so kid dressed as a ladybug could trick-or-treat some more, and carving pumpkins. Read more about The Halloween when I almost punched a guy…and a recipe for roasted pumpkin seeds[…]