Home Part II…the Chef’s Momma

As promised here is the second half of our wonderful long Easter weekend home. Traveling to the Chef’s mother’s house is always a treat and a little unexpected at times; you never know what kind of news she’s going to profess!  Once while visiting for Christmas a large moving type truck appeared in her driveway. […]

Fogged In

Maybe I have a case of amnesia, but I don’t remember Galveston island ever experiencing fog like it has for the past few days!  It does make for a good weekend to be indoors, but that’s not really unusual for us.  We spend most our weekends behind our laptops writing college essays, researching this and […]

Oyster du Jour

Hello fellow oyster lovers….It’s oyster season! Matt stopped by Katie’s Seafood Market this weekend and picked up two dozen oysters–which had been hours before, filtering the waters of Galveston Bay!  They’re nothing like the oysters from the pristine waters of the Pacific Northwest, but when you get a craving, they’ll do! So here’s what the […]

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