The cold roast beef sandwich might be popular with some, but not with this girl. This sandwich often made its way into my “Welcome Back Kotter” metal lunch pail. My dear mother was a good steward of every bit of food in the refrigerator. Spying last nights roast beef, she lovingly made me a sandwich … Continue reading The Cold Roast Beef Sandwich
Michele and I are amazed at how fast this first year of blogging has flown by. We hope that you have been enjoying the ride with us
Ah, summer! We have all been patiently waiting for spring to show up, much less summer. But I thought it would be good to bring some summer thoughts into our head. One of the good things about living in my childhood town Friesland was its smallness( population 300, think Leota but a tad bigger). I … Continue reading Summertime Picnic Sack Lunch
I grew up eating lots of sandwiches. NOT roast beef sandwiches though… eew! If you remember back last year, I wrote an article about throwing roast beef sandwiches into my neighbor’s shrubbery. That was the budding food critic in me- sandwich throwing. Every Saturday at the Syens home, noon lunch would consist of fried eggs … Continue reading The Sandwich!
Life is seldom boring on Trosky Road. Join me as I give you a slice of my American life.
A few weeks ago a friend and good cook passed away. Henry Klumper peacefully passed away Tuesday, February 18th, 2020. Over the last 11 years, Henry and I have many cooking “chit-chats” Most of these conversations centered around cooking. Henry was easy to talk with, a good listener and could carry on meaningful conversations about … Continue reading Celebrating a Friend and Good Cook
I had spied those red apple beauties from the biking through the church parking lot. The temptation to sneak under the fence into the horse pasture was mounting. But, I restrained myself. It was Sunday after all and you can’t knock on doors asking to eat someone’s apples. I decided that tomorrow after school when … Continue reading Red Apple Beauties