"The Anjou Wine" is the first chapter in this rollicking adventure tale reminiscent of Alexandre Dumas, the famous French author of The Three Musketeers saga, and plays a starring role in this week's recipe, too. The Club Dumas, in short, is the tale of Lucas Corso, an antique book dealer who is sent in search … Continue reading The Club Dumas by Arturo Perez-Reverte
Month: December 2022
“Al Forno” Episode of “Sharing The Flavor” Podcast Now Live!
Do you love lasagna? Of course you do! In this latest episode of the "Sharing The Flavor" podcast, Andy and Giovanni and I talk about the origins of Italian baked pasta dishes, of which lasagna is one of many. If you didn't know already, al forno means "to the oven." Lasagna, as we know it … Continue reading “Al Forno” Episode of “Sharing The Flavor” Podcast Now Live!
What Moves The Dead by T. Kingfisher
Being the former Goth girl that I am, I retain my love for all things dark, macabre, creepy, ghostly, horrific, and occasionally gruesome, which explains why I love this book so much. What Moves The Dead is a fantastic re-imagining of Edgar Allan Poe's story The Fall of the House of Usher, which is like … Continue reading What Moves The Dead by T. Kingfisher
“Sharing The Flavor” Podcast is now live!
I am very excited to share my latest podcast collaboration! "Sharing The Flavor" talks about the technique involved in making various types of cuisine, mainly Italian but with segues into other food cultures, and we also discuss a variety of other, hilarious topics! This podcast is a collaboration between the very talented Andy Gebby, the … Continue reading “Sharing The Flavor” Podcast is now live!
Slow Burn: A Family History of Green Chile Stew
My latest article for the New Mexico Humanities Council talks about my family's method for that wintertime classic, green chile stew, and I share the history of the Crock-Pot, so give it a whirl at: https://nmhumanities.org/?blogId=2026