Month: March 2008

Egg Timer

So how long should we keep the colored Easter eggs around and continue to eat them without worry of side effects?  I’m guessing they’re still perfect.  I promise that at least one will find its way to the table this evening.  But this has me wondering about boiled egg expiration.  If you’ve got the word on egg …

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On the move . . .

I can only eat so much bunny cake and work away at my desk without feeling just slightly puffy.  Immediate action calls for some quick cardio with a run along the Hudson.   

No resting quite yet

We’ve just returned from a two-day adventure and kicking the feet up sounds ideal but guess what?  The cookery is a mess.  The kids are almost asleep and we’re cleaning up our impromptu dinner and an evening egg-coloring fest.  If we don’t catch it now, we’ll face the music in the morning.  Pay now?  I choose now.

“Food beyond compare, food beyond . . .

Belief.”  And we know not what goes in the mincer of the innkeeper, Thénardier, in Les Misérables.  The innkeeper cooked the goose in more ways than one.  From Victor Hugo’s masterpiece came the musical Les Misérables, performed this past weekend by local high school students.  We checked out our next-door neighbor’s performance.  Great job, fair …

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Go Figure

Have you checked the figures lately?  Aside from the profile in the mirror, maybe the more urgent matter is the grocery bill.  The e-mail lands here in the cookery, The New York Times lands on my sidewalk but ends up here, and the snail mail gets opened and digested here.  Within 24 hours, I opened and reviewed a tempting …

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This I Believe

This I Believe I found my keyboard a little earlier than usual this morning.  When one of the young ones is under the weather, I’m up and on duty.  The little guy woke at 4:00 a.m. with a mild fever and cough.  He’s back to sleep now but I’ve started my day reading something to …

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