While my husband is the craft beer lover in our family, I lean more towards wine so I was extremely excited when I learned that Cellardoor Winery was opening a tasting room at Thompson’s Point (Cellardoor at the Point). I didn’t have much experience with their wine, other than a brief stop into their original … Continue reading Cellardoor at the Point and Black Dinah Chocolates | Food and Wine Pairing
I am addicted to chocolate. I thought I was doing a good thing when I gave up milk chocolate and switched to dark chocolate with all its well advertised health benefits. While I do think it was a good change, it gave me a false sense of healthy eating, and now I eat it everyday. … Continue reading #atozchallenge | V is for Volunteering at the Chocolate Lovers’ Fling
After only a few months of collecting our cardboard toilet paper and paper towel rolls, I was amazed and horrified at how many we had. It was like the classic Star Trek episode The Trouble with Tribbles. They just seemed to multiple until suddenly we were overrun. It started out harmless enough. We wanted to … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge | Reduce, reuse & recycle : toilet paper roll napkin rings
The Netflix algorithm that recommends shows based on your previous viewing history notifies me the millisecond a new dessert cooking show is available. I have my niche. Repeated viewings of the Great British Bake-Off, Sugar Rush and Zumbo’s Just Desserts make me a pseudo expert on anything sugar based. When my husband and I were … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge | Q is for Quince Sorbet and getting our Sugar Rush on at Gross Confection Bar.
There is something nostalgic about ordering food from a truck that adds an element of magic to the entire dining experience. My college campus had three distinct sections or groupings of dorms when I was in school there over thirty years ago. I’m sure it’s changed. For the most part you stayed in your area. … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge | F is for Food Trucks and a Super Meta A to Z List for Maine