Fires and hearths are what I’m thinking about this week as I put together my talk for the Heritage Harvest Festival at Monticello on Sept 21st! […]
Looking at the world from my small rural acres in the Blue Ridge.
Jiggery-pokery with calendars and lists has been my work this week. I am delighted to announce the scheduled dates for my Indigo House History Dinners for this summer (June), Fall (September and October) and for the coming winter (February and March). Click here – Indigo […]
Celebrate Black History Month this year with a Southern Sunday Supper on a Saturday Night. On Saturday, February 24th, 2018 this dinner for eight will feature iconic African-American and Southern dishes. After a 1st course of “Pot Likker” soup accompanied by Hot Cornbread with Homemade […]
Split Pea soup is one of my favorite soups. When I was a little girl in the early 1950’s it took almost 18 hours to drive from Los Angeles to San Francisco on Highway 101. My mother and stepfather and I made this trip several […]