Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Our favorite cousin is back with an update about her acting career and date with Lenny, of Lenny's Liquors, along with a new wine cocktail. She needs it and you will, too! Cheers!
Monday, May 28, 2018
We're marking the unofficial start of summer with an easy tropical libation with only two ingredients! Have a fabulous week!
Monday, May 21, 2018
It's Mocktail Monday again (it seems to happen earlier and earlier every week!) and today we have a twist on another classic, the Roy Rogers! We'll be back tomorrow with a cocktail that will save you money when you travel! Have a fabulous week!
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Today's menu comes to us from 1969's Shortcut Cooking, and I'm 99.9% certain the "Irene" who wrote her name of the cover of this book was my mother-in-law. I would love to be able to ask her if she ever made Easy Perfection Salad and, if she did, how she felt about sauerkraut in lemon Jell-O and whether or not she topped it with the Horseradish Mayonnaise. I'm pretty sure the answers would be no and no, but who's to say? She was an adventurous cook. Fix yourself a Mai Tai and get ready for a speedy dinner straight from "the tropics!"
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Glendora makes her commercial debut as "wine shopper" on a commercial for Lenny's Liquors. She's even dating the executive producer, Lenny himself. Could this lead anywhere good? Stay tuned!
Monday, May 7, 2018
It's Mocktail Monday and this spicy coffee has plenty of caffeine to get you through the day. Have a fabulous week!
Friday, May 4, 2018
Are you looking to mix things up for your May menus? Travel back to May of 1931, publication date of Aunt Sammy's Radio Recipes Revised. Aunt Sammy, as you may have guessed, was the wife of Uncle Sam (why they had the same name is a question for another time) and, beginning in 1926, "she" (in truth there were many Aunt Sammys at radio stations throughout the nation) began offering household tips, including recipes, on her "Housekeepers' Chats" radio program. Here are her Dinner Menus for May. Some of these dishes may sound downright unappealing by today's standards, but it was the Great Depression and there was food on the table. And dessert! So, without further ado: