There once was a very magical retail store in Atlanta named Rich’s. I grew up looking forward to the twice-a-year visits to the store for school clothes and Easter dresses…but the best part of the visit was lunch at the store’s famous Tea Room. White gloves and Sunday dresses were a requirement. Sometimes there were fashion shows, with willowy models gliding through the tables where
We enjoyed this pickled peach salad on Easter Sunday at my Aunt Patti’s house. Of course I asked for the recipe! She says, “It is so easy!” It is 2 small packages (or one large one) of lemon jello. Add 2 cups boiling water and stir for 2 minutes. Add one cup of the juice from the jar of Pickled/spiced peaches and one cup cool
Keeping it simple around here. The menu on a Monday was as follows: Not-Your-Average Sloppy Joes by Southern Plate Macaroni and Cheese (the boxed variety) Spinach, Strawberry, Guacamole and Sunflower Seed Salad (arthritis friendly!) The ground turkey for the sloppy joes I pulled from the freezer from the last slow cooker batch cooking session. The macaroni and cheese I boiled up out of the box.