Hawaiian Chicken Breasts

I bet we can’t find a grandma today who doesn’t own a vintage recipe box with her old recipes cards from the 1950’s and onwards. Unfortunately, they’re a dying breed. Within the past decade, due to the proliferation of recipes sites on the internet coupled with less demand for actual hard copy cookbooks and handwritten recipes, recipe cards will soon get filed under the moniker of relics from the past. It’s quite sad. There’s so much sentimental value to handwritten recipes. Even though I had all of my mother’s recipes translated and typed, I … [Read more...]

Measuring Time with Your Kids: Quantity vs. Quality

“To be in your children’s memories tomorrow, you have to be in their lives today”   - Anonymous Last week, I received an invitation from Moms and the City to attend a preview screening of Sarah Jessica Parker’s new movie, “I Don’t Know How She Does It,” the story of a career-driven mother who constantly deals with the balancing act that accompanies the fast-paced life of a working mother.   Afterwards, the audience was able to query both Sarah Jessica as well as Alison Pearson, the author of the best-selling book. Save a few dad … [Read more...]