But it wasn’t enough. My darling grandchildren (and anyone who cares about the state of this union we call the United States of America), Yesterday was a big day in the politics of our country. Six states, including our own huge state of California, voted to choose the candidates who will run for President of the United States this fall. They voted for a lot of other candidates as well, which are more important than most people realize, but for this article I’ll stick with
Not too tart and not too sweet, this pie weds the flavors of rhubarb and strawberries perfectly with the creaminess of a simple custard that makes itself while the pie bakes
Fresh vegetables and fruits and colorful dishes rule in this week’s Friday 5 Recipe of the Day roundup
This simple 5-minute salad dressing recipe tastes like home and summer and a garden’s bounty
An old-fashioned pie and cake, a salad as nutritious as it is tasty, a vegan take on an Asian-style favorite, and making ravioli with the kids–5 fun recipes to brighten our Memorial Day weekend
Is your honey real? Did it come from bees? Three-fourths of “honey” sold in the U.S. may not be traceable to bees.
Study: Eating an apple a day just might help prevent breast, colon, liver and prostrate cancers
Celebrating one full year since soft-launching YayYay’s Kitchen–Come in and see where we’ve been and where we’re going!
Five vegetarian and/or vegan recipes exploding with flavor, colors and scents to delight the senses
Ever wonder what honey looks like under a microscope? This week I’m hunting pollen grains in my unfiltered, wildflower honey.