Posts Tagged ‘Cranberries’
Ugh, it’s not that stuffing with the orange zest, chestnuts, and raisins again, right, Mom?, my sister and I must have asked at least a dozen times every Thanksgiving growing up. (more…)
When Mike and I lived in Kuwait last year, I picked up the habit of taking tea in the afternoon. (more…)
This week I’m doing something very special and a little different. In honor of the humble cranberry, I’m sharing a new recipe that features cranberry every day from now through Saturday.
Because isn’t it high time cranberry got to spend some time in the limelight? (more…)
I love how certain colors are associated with specific holidays.
Just a couple examples… (more…)
The other day Mike and I went to Al Mubarakiya, the old market here in Kuwait (if you’re interested, you can check out my photos of the old market here on my Instagram feed), with no intention of buying anything. For him, we came home with four pounds of mixed nuts, one pound of salted pistachios, and two pounds of fresh-roasted Turkish-ground coffee (ok, really the coffee is for both of us); and for me, we grabbed two pounds of raw walnuts and one pound of unsweetened dried cranberries. The problem is, there is a shop there that has the most insanely fresh coffee, nuts, and all manner of things of that sort. You walk in and you want to spend all day just smelling the air and sampling everything.
But of course I don’t think the shop owner would appreciate either of those things… (more…)