Monthly Archives: October 2012

‘BEAUTIFUL SWIMMERS’

The end is near.  Not the end of the world, silly, October is the end of crabbing season in Maryland waters.  Fall is the best time to eat them, unbeknownst to many who don’t live here.  Maryland blue crabs are larger, meatier (fat and happy) and noticeably sweeter~ probably from ‘bottom feeding’ all summer long. […]

AMERICA’S FIRST FOODIE…A FOUNDING FATHER

Thomas Jefferson would be the number one guest invited to my dream dinner party.  We all know how brilliant he was- statesman, inventor, architect and farmer, to name a few.  His garden at Monticello not only revolutionized farming in our country, but must have inspired thousands if not millions to this day to start their own […]