These aren’t your typical dumplings. And it might be a bit confusing if you are used to seeing dumplings the size of golf balls in a stew or soup. I’m pretty sure if my great, great paternal grandmother saw this dish she,...Read More »
After having abandoned the segment not long ago, the big three domestic manufacturers have looked at their crystal balls and now envision mid-size pick-up trucks to be quite lucrative. That’s why General Motors invested the money needed to...Read More »
Last week we were in Madrid and are totally smitten. Mr. S and I have never been before. He’s half Spanish so whenever we are in a Spanish country, he feels a connection even though he grew up in England. We’ve been to...Read More »
Way back in 2014, when Life of Burgers was still pretty new, I paid a visit to Durty Nelly’s one evening where I found a burger that thoroughly impressed me. It was called the Whiskey Smoke Burger, and between the onion rings, the whiskey...Read More »
Haven’t found any spare hours to do some holiday baking? There’s still time and my great aunt’s gingersnaps recipe is a cinch to make. Audrey was my favorite paternal aunt. She was an elegant, refined, woman...Read More »
Baby, it’s cold outside (and I am not referring to the song that seems to have ruffled silly feathers). We had a cold snap for the past few days and whenever this happens, my body craves soup! Soup is as old as the history of...Read More »
As they say, third time’s a charm.
This is Honda’s third attempt at making their dedicated hybrid nameplate a certified sales hit.
The first time, Honda came up with a, uh, shall we quirky little two-door that was...Read More »