(Oct. 22, 2021) Is the idea of free will even plausible?
(Oct. 15, 2021) There is a widespread assumption that simplicity is always the better choice. This fundamental supposition sounds great in theory, but when one deconstructs its very essence, you are left with many questions.
(Oct. 8, 2021) The year 2019 will be embedded in our minds forever. Who would ever have thought that a virus called Covid-19 would end up devastating the entire world?
(Oct. 1, 2021) There is nothing tastier than a delicious salad. Crisp lettuce, a few veggies and a tasty dressing are the basic components for the popular course.
(Sept. 24, 2021) Expanding one’s repertoire of ingredients enhances an individual’s appreciation for food. Consumption is about the willingness to open your mind to the multitude of gastronomic goodies. Food that is unfamiliar can be disconcerting but it should not be a deterrent.
(Sept. 17, 2021) Are tomatoes a fruit or vegetable?
(Sept. 10, 2021) Another season of children’s cooking classes with the Holiday Inn Oceanfront has come to an end.
(Sept. 3, 2021) The sizzling heat is a reminder of the sun’s impulsive wrath.
(Aug. 27, 2021) Labor Day is rapidly approaching, so it’s time to plan one’s menu for the big weekend.
(Aug. 20, 2021) Pasta, pasta, pasta – How I love thee!
(Aug. 13, 2021) Before you know it, the kids will be back in school and the summer will be over.
(Aug. 6, 2021) What does color and taste have in common? It might be more than you think.
(July 30, 2021) Does a beautiful, well thought out dish taste better than food haphazardly thrown together?
(July 23, 2021) Finalization does not necessarily mean conclusion.
(July 16, 2021) Perfection is a precise pedagogical standard that is based on knowledge and perseverance. Although flawlessness may not grace the path of attainment, the mere attempt is what distinguishes one cook from another.
(July 9, 2021) Conceptual combinations are the difference between fair and fantastic. History is part of the equation for creative and successful menus.
(July 2, 2021) Simplicity can be complexity in its infantile state.
(June 25, 2021) There comes a time when carrots, celery and lettuce simply don’t cut it.
(June 18, 2021) The Eastern Shore is notorious for its fresh seafood. Shrimp, scallops and rockfish are just a sampling of the delectable treasures.
(June 11, 2021) Successful celebrations come from within; infusing your own personal style and attention to detail yields memorable events.
(June 4, 2021) If bacon, baked beans and hot dogs whet your appetite, you are in luck.
(May 28, 2021) Free will is the ability to choose among alternatives or to act in certain situations independently of natural, social, or divine restraints.
(May 21, 2021) What is time? Why is it so ineffable? Will time’s elusive quality ever become tangible?
(May 14, 2021) The philosophy of possibility precludes probability and therefore places chefs in a distinct situation.
(May 7, 2021) There is nothing more delectable than savoring a bite of smoked salmon that is nestled on a crispy bagel with velvety cream cheese and topped with juicy tomatoes, slivers of sweet onions and pungent capers.
(April 30, 2021) According to Wikipedia, entertainment is a form of activity that holds the attention and interest of an audience or gives pleasure and delight.
(April 23, 2021) There is nothing that shapes the human experience as profoundly and persuasively as creativity.
(April 16, 2021) The expression, “Less is more,” is not always appropriate.
(April 9, 2021) Sometimes an unfortunate situation can have a happy ending.
(April 2, 2021) Excitement fills the air as the Easter bunny hippety-hops its way to the Eastern Shore.
(March 26, 2021) Now that spring is officially here, your menu should reflect the warmer temperatures.
(March 19, 2021) Change is in the air more ways than one.
(March 12, 2021) Saint Patrick’s Day is finally here! The day of green is rich in tradition and notorious for its celebratory festivities.
(March 5, 2021) There is nothing more comforting on a cold, dreary day than a bowl of spicy chili and an ice-cold beer.
(Feb. 26, 2021) I don’t know about you, but I have just about had it with this weather.
(Feb. 19, 2021) The transitory of time is an incredible experience if one has the courage to stay in the moment.
(Feb. 12, 2021) How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
(Feb. 5, 2021) Are you familiar with the expression, “We eat with our eyes?”
(Jan. 29, 2021) Art is a highly diverse range of human skills that are engaged in creating visual or auditory artworks that express one’s imaginative and technical skills.
(Jan. 22, 2021) The definition of habit is characterized as an automatic, unconscious action as opposed to an intentional, goal-related objective.
(Jan. 15, 2021) My family’s kitchen has always been a legislative platform for debating important issues such as the perfect pancake.
(Jan. 8, 2021) Choices are a fact of life and sometimes selections come in the most unusual situations.
(Dec. 25, 2020) Christmas is finally here!
(Dec. 18, 2020) The art of entertaining is defined as providing amusement or enjoyment.
(Dec. 11, 2020) Perfection not only requires assumptions about reality, but also needs to address the issue of possibility.
(Dec. 4, 2020) My inner voice is a constant monologue that beckons me to embrace healthy choices.
(Nov. 27, 2020) Thanksgiving is over and Americans are literally stuffed.
(Nov. 20, 2020) Thanksgiving is one of the most popular holidays of the year.
(Nov. 13, 2020) The philosophy of time has been a subject of much debate.
(Nov. 6, 2020) One of my greatest pleasures is teaching young children the art of cooking. Their passion and imagination are sincere and there is no limit to their wonderment.
(Oct. 30, 2020) There is no holiday quite like Halloween. Kids and adults alike cannot resist the temptation of witches and vampires.