All About Tastebuds

Thu, May 9, 2013 3:46 pm

Each year when the holidays make their annual appearances you can hear my mother say, “now, I don’t need anything, please, don’t get me anything…I have enough!” It seems that in each household throughout my family we are attempting to reduce the amount of clutter we’ve amassed and downsize in one way or another.

Fri, May 3, 2013 4:14 pm

It’s almost that time of the year - summer is around the corner and you will inevitably get the invitation to gather with friends and family for a cookout. The best part of going to a cookout is getting to eat things you didn’t cook.

Of course, there’s always the question of what you will bring.

Wed, Apr 3, 2013 11:15 am

The apple has been admired for centuries as it has been cultivated and consumed across the world. According to buzzle.com, the origins of the apple date back to the Iron Age as archaeologists have uncovered carbonized remains of the apple during this era. Evidence also confirms that during the Stone Age apples were eaten by humans.

Mon, Mar 25, 2013 1:46 pm

Easter brings thoughts of happy things. Budding plants and trees and the promise that winter is gone – and summer is not too far away. 

Tue, Mar 19, 2013 10:18 am

Whether being Irish is part of your heritage or not, the St. Patrick’s Day holiday instills a spirit in many of us! I am proud to say that part of my heritage is Irish and stems from my maternal grandmother’s side. The Love family migrated from Dublin, Ireland, to Pennsylvania in the late 1800s.

Most of our family reunions have been held in the Amity or Lone Pine, Penn. areas and there is no shortage of memorably rich food. My cousin Tommy created a family crest for our reunion tshirts and not a single one of us could deny the symbolism…it was of a knife and fork!

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