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 […]

Soup du Jour: The Ancients

The overcast skies inspired the talented Chef to make two of his famous and historic soups.  Butternut Squash and the classic French Onion; the latter was a weekly occurrence at the Chef’s first restaurant–Holly Road Cafe.   Classic French Onion is a soup with ancient origins.  Dating back to Greek and Roman times, onions were readily […]

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