(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.
(Oct. 23, 2020) My passion for cooking has heightened as the clock of time ticks to new beginnings.
(Oct. 16, 2020) What does creamy mac and cheese, tortilla chips smothered in spicy nacho sauce and luscious cauliflower au gratin have in common? If you guessed a decadent cheese sauce, you are correct.
(Oct. 9, 2020) Who would ever have thought that the combination of peanut butter and jelly would become the sensation that it is?
(Oct. 2, 2020) This year will go down in history as one of the most memorable years Americans have ever experienced.
(Sept. 25, 2020) The gentle tide of memories come and go with each passing wave. Precious recollections take me to a place far from the serenity of the Eastern Shore.
(Sept. 18, 2020) Football season is finally here!
(Sept. 11, 2020) Confessions come in many degrees.
(Sept. 4, 2020) Food is a universal necessity and should never be taken for granted.
(Aug. 28, 2020) “We are what we repeatedly do,” Aristotle famously proclaimed.
(Aug. 21, 2020) What constitutes creativity?
(Aug. 14, 2020) When a loved one or friend is diagnosed with a serious illness, our first reaction is to reach out and offer assistance in any way.
(Aug. 7, 2020) The debate of pancakes or waffles has caused utter mayhem and should be approached with caution.
(July 31, 2020) Tis the season to be grilling.
(July 24, 2020) How do I love thee, let me count the ways?
(July 17, 2020) The exploration of scientific principles and acknowledgement of personal preferences are the underlying philosophies of cooking.
(July 10, 2020) As someone who loves to entertain, my goal is that my guests will not only enjoy the festivities, but also learn from the celebrations.
(July 3, 2020) The point of proper etiquette is to prepare one for elegant occasions.
(June 26, 2020) Summer is officially here! Vacationers are flocking to the Eastern Shore to soak up the sun and pig out on the Boardwalk.
(June 19, 2020) There is a general agreement among philosophers that time is continuous, and that it has an intrinsic direction that progresses from the past to the present and ultimately the future.
(June 12, 2020) As one partakes of their favorite dish, sensory perception is magnified and satisfaction sets in.
(June 5, 2020) If someone were to ask, “What is your favorite delicacy,” how would you respond?
(May 29, 2020) Tempestuous winds dance to a magnificent performance as a cold front taunts the Eastern Shore.
(May 22, 2020) There are those who eat to live and there are those who live to eat.
(May 15, 2020) Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher of the late 6th century BCE, was committed to the theory that unity is an amalgamation of opposites and harmony.
(May 8, 2020) Who would ever have thought that the whole world would come to a complete halt?
(April 24, 2020) As we discover our way through the daily uncertainties, it is essential that we give thanks for the blessings before us and at the same time lend a helping hand to those in need.
(April 17, 2020) If one had to identify Italy with a particular food, what would be your guess?
(April 3, 2020) Meatloaf and mashed potatoes are comfort food at its best.
(March 20, 2020) The proverbial saying, “A chef is also an artist,” has more validity than one ever would expect.
(March 13, 2020) Oysters Rockefeller are the subject of the day. If these tempting little morsels tickle your fancy, read on.
(March 6, 2020) As I continue the path of progression, I find myself peering in the window of reflection.
(Feb. 28, 2020) There is little that shapes the one’s culinary experiences as profoundly and persuasively as creativity.
(Feb. 21, 2020) March is around the corner and the thought of grilling tickles my fancy.
(Feb. 14, 2020) Unexpected company can cause complete havoc if one does not have a few recipes that can be prepared on the spur of the moment.
(Feb. 7, 2020) Years ago, I had the pleasure of befriending Mr. Nick BeLer, who co-owned the Prime Rib restaurant in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore.
(Jan. 31, 2020) If one were to ask me what is my culinary point of view, I have to admit I would be torn between two themes.
(Jan. 24, 2020) “Cooking is like painting or writing a song. Just as there are many notes or colors, there are so many flavors – it’s how you combine them that sets you part.”
(Jan. 17, 2020) Childhood obesity rate has more than tripled over the past four decades.
(Jan. 10, 2020) Tacos, an international favorite, are tasty and easy to make. Tortillas, protein and accompaniments comprise this trinity of goodness.
(Jan. 3, 2020) The philosophy of possibility precludes existence and therefore is not in a state of actuality.
(Dec. 27, 2019) Christmas is over, but that does not mean it is time to relax as New Year’s celebrations are around the corner.
(Dec. 20, 2019) Certain dishes are synonymous with the holidays and bread pudding is a tasty example.
(Dec. 13, 2019) According to French poet, Leon-Paul Fargue, eating oysters is “like kissing the sea on the lips.”
(Dec. 6, 2019) What do you think is the most popular appetizer?
(Nov. 29, 2019) It is official, the holiday season has begun!
(Nov. 22, 2019) Thanksgiving is rapidly approaching and preparations are in full swing.