Double Play Dinner

Winter may be lingering around your neighborhood, but here in Texas, we’re welcoming pre-season baseball. It’s convenient to skip a healthy dinner with a load  of excuses, primarily that there’s little time to fix anything when returning home after 8:00 p.m. from the batting cages. We rallied last night with a successful double play – arriving on time […]

Breakfast at . . .

home. Our neighbors treated us to their home-prepped breakfast burritos a few weeks ago. We tried our own hand at it this weekend.  The tortillas: H-E-B whole wheat which cost about $.23 each.  With seven eggs, 1/2 cup fresh spinach, 1/4 cup shredded cheddar and 1/2 cup diced sirloin (seasoned and grilled the night before), we […]

Lookin’ for love . . . love in a lunch box

Food shopping is not a spectator sport. It’s a challenge to keep the love flowing around the table when we need to practice defensive grocery shopping. But shoppers at my Southwest Austin neighborhood grocery added a little love to their carts yesterday.  We were five-deep waiting our turn to select fresh produce.  The line looked like love on its way […]