My husband’s Aunt Helen, the sister of his grandmother Ina, was truly the best aunt ever. My children and the entire family have only happy memories of her. Her large home in Toledo was the gathering spot for large holiday… Read More ›
Tiny restaurant serves burgers, beer, and history.
Summer brings heat. But not all heat comes from the sun. It’s Hatch chile season!
New Hampshire is a state known for many positive things. Low unemployment. High levels of happiness and psychological stability among the inhabitants (even the Libertarians). Beautiful lakes, woodlands and mountains to climb. New Hampshire has few negatives, the first being… Read More ›
Under the category “little known battles that you would not know about unless you were a history buff or lived in that country”, I bring you The Pastry War, or la guerra de los pasteles as it is known in… Read More ›