Really—if you want the single most perfect food—I think pumpkin pie is it. Eggs for protein, milk for dairy, pumpkin for vegetable, and sugar for dessert. What more do we need? A meal in a slice. Eating pumpkin pie leftovers for lunch the day after Thanksgiving, and I mean ONLY pumpkin pie for lunch, we dubbed … More Pumpkin Pie, the Perfect Food
A Wee Scottish Cookbook is available just in time to serve up something Scottish for your holiday meals with friends and family. Feast on twenty recipes inspired by the Highland romance novel Love Inherited. This companion cookbook spans the meals of a Highlander’s day from breakfast to a drink by the fire. But more than serving up … More Just Released for Your Cooking Pleasure
Because I’m a writer and you’re a reader—you’re reading this after all—I have a question for you. Well…three. What do you like to read? What are you currently reading? What’s your favorite book?
Be blessed this fall season and always.
Standing stones are fascinating. There are several sites on the Isle of Mull; I hiked to two of them—in the rain. The Quinish stone stands alone, the only stone remaining upright of the four, possibly five stones, out on the Quinish Point hike. About an hour’s walk from the village of Dervaig, the stone isn’t … More Standing Stones