Month: March 2013

A Spring Metamorphoses

I think most of us kind of resist change. Even if we want change, we know that it takes work or entails something irksome like a rumbling stomach. People seem to get upset or just complain at the slightest changes, like the weather. But… Continue Reading “A Spring Metamorphoses”

Just Kids by Patti Smith

If you enjoy knowing about pop culture or just like to read memoirs or autobiographies, then Patti Smith’s book about her life growing into an icon will be a good read. Just Kids 2010 Patti Smith is a true product of her time; growing up on the… Continue Reading “Just Kids by Patti Smith”

Cornbread Cake

Cornbread Cake 1 C self rising cornmeal* 1 C flour 1 1/4 C milk 2/3 C sugar 1/3 C oil 2 TBS melted butter 2 eggs *if you have plain cornmeal, add 1 TBS baking powder and 1/2 tsp salt Mix in following order:… Continue Reading “Cornbread Cake”

Shrimp Bok Choy

  Lately I discovered bok choy in my Trader Joe’s grocery store and have cooked it several times in the past couple of months. It’s an easy vegetable to cook and it goes well with other sauteed vegetables. The other day I scored some… Continue Reading “Shrimp Bok Choy”

Switzer, Kentucky

The Elkhorn Creek flows along Fayette, Scott, Woodford, and Franklin counties in the Bluegrass region of central Kentucky. There are two parts of the creek which runs over 18 miles of land. The northern flows 75 miles and the southern flows 50 miles where… Continue Reading “Switzer, Kentucky”