Hot Pan de Sal – Hacked Recipe

Hot Pan de Sal – Hacked Recipe

Hot pan de sal in the Philippines is akin to the pan asobao in Puerto Rico, the baguette in France, challah in the Jewish community or the loaf bread here in the US .  When I was growing up, this was a favorite.  Erin and Megan love these, too. This is a versatile bread because [...]

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Breakfast for One. Vol. 7.

Breakfast for One. Vol. 7.

I had something else in mind to write about today to welcome October and the last quarter of 2017.   I awoke to somber news from Las Vegas.  My first thought was for my cousin and her family.  I later heard they are safe.  I had a heavy heart soon after reading the news because I decided [...]

Frugal Fall Decorating

Frugal Fall Decorating

I'm a week late but, HELLO, FALL!  Living in Florida makes it doubly hard to really feel the change of the seasons.  Today, I woke up to 83 degree weather and a high of 91 degrees.  The humidity was so high you would think we were still in the middle of summer.  The forecast for [...]

Breakfast For One. Vol. 6

Breakfast For One. Vol. 6

Ralph had a workshop at the University of Florida today so we came up last night and stayed at Home2Suites in Gainesville.  I smiled when I saw the waffle maker as we checked in.   I couldn't wait to head down to breakfast this morning. I was impressed with the number of choices even for [...]

Breakfast for One. Vol. 5.

Breakfast for One. Vol. 5.

After over a week without work due to Hurricane Irma, we finally went back today.  I have never been so happy to get back to some sense of normalcy after the storm.  We have so many students in the Miami-Dade and Monroe counties who are still without power and/or internet.  However, the resilience of the [...]