Halloween and the Doughnut

I don't think most of us now a days immediately think of doughnuts and Halloween. Though, many of us who grew up in the eighties and nineties have fond memories of the Dunkin Donut's Munchkins at school birthday parties. It is not that doughnuts are not an important part of fall (I see you apple … Continue reading Halloween and the Doughnut

The History of Three Bean Salad

This is not a salad I grew up with at all. I actually did not even know three bean salad existed until I moved to the South in my teen years and saw it on the shelves in grocery stores. My mother was known for her macaroni and potato salads which were often requested for … Continue reading The History of Three Bean Salad

Swiss Fondue

When we hear the word fondue, this is the fondue most of us think about. This cheesy concoction actually started to become popular in the 1950s when it was introduced to New York City diners by the restaurant Chalet Swiss. As a result, the fondue pot started becoming a popular wedding present for the '50s … Continue reading Swiss Fondue

Cheese Fondue

I am so excited for this month. I have been planning for MONTHS gathering books, supplies and of course recipes. For what you may ask? FONDUE!!!! This whole month I will be talking about the ins and outs of fondue because guys.....there is a lot. Wow was I amazed on how much I found. So … Continue reading Cheese Fondue