You all know that I love to cook and bake. I read food blogs and websites. Cookbooks as bedside reading are a given. Cooking is not only how I nurture and delight my family and friends, it’s how I explore, travel and taste the world right in my own home.
Lately, people have been after me to compile a book of the recipes I’ve cooked over the years that have become family favorites. Now I’m not a recipe writer. Whilst some of my recipes have come from my mother and grandmother…other family favorites have come from famous chefs, cookbooks and websites.
⟡ Another good role model ⟡
The thing that appeals to me about fictional female sleuths is that they are fearless. They are empowered women. They live the life. They are intuitive. And they don’t suffer with getting lost or a bad sense of direction (which is the bane of my life). Female sleuths have a man in their past, but not in their present. [Read more…]
⟡ In this palpable moment ⟡
This is a post for the last Friday of August 2015 known as “the dog days of August.” Even here in Tropica, where it is summer all year long, the feeling is palpable. There is a sauvage, final pause as we say goodbye to summer. [Read more…]
What my guests are reading now…
Right now, MAUS Vol. 1 and 2 are featured in my guest bathroom. Because it is a book done in cartoon style, you can get a page or two in before washing your hands.
What I’m reading now
When I started Camp Liza I promised I would not tell you what you should do, I would only tell you what I was doing. We don’t need any “shoulds,” right? So…