Go with the Flo? She’s just a bitch…

Hello everyone…I cannot get any photos to upload because my cell service is so weak here. We are using cars to charge phones. We are cooking on our charcoal grill when weather permits…which hasn’t been often. It is day 4 and the rain has just now stopped. The wind is finally down to about 20mph this morning. As if to add insult to injury, a couple tornados passed nearby last night. The wind and rain were horrendous!! Our front entrance flooded. We are all fine. Just sticky, tired and anxious. We have a Red Cross emergency radio that we are … Continue reading Go with the Flo? She’s just a bitch…

Greek Orthodox Easter 2018

Our celebration of the risen Christ always involves family, food, music and prayer. The bountiful food is personal because the recipes have been passed down for three generations here in the U.S. I hope that when I cook and serve my grown children their great-grandmother’s handwritten tsoureki recipe they can understand that her substitution of anisette and orange juice for Mahlepi was born of economic necessity and the ingenuity of an immigrant. When we feast on lamb, we remember that Jesus Christ allowed himself to be the ultimate sacrificial lamb. When we crack the eggs dyed red and exclaim “Xristos … Continue reading Greek Orthodox Easter 2018